Digital Exhibition: In Depth: Multiplicity of Meaning

I love words that have multiple meanings, and the word depth seemed one well-suited to explore during this time of the pandemic–with its challenges of separation and of coping with one’s own grief, as well as grief for the rest of the world. This experience calls on us to reach far inside ourselves for resilience and examination–to plumb our depths. These Flat File images took me on a journey through the dimensions of depth:

The bottom of the sea
The innermost part (of the heart)
The dimension of distance downward
The apparent existence of three dimensions in a two-dimensional representation
The quality of being intense or extreme
A complexity and profundity of thought 

–Nancy Haver