The collective snapshot pays homage to the most enduring form of photography. Since Kodak produced the first affordable cameras, we’ve been capturing our lives in photographs. We take pictures of people we known, places we visit. Take a look back about a hundred years, and imagine how many people have raised their cameras to the Statue of Liberty to capture it as a memory! “I was here. I saw this with my very own eyes.” The image that you see here is a compilation of dozens of such snapshots taken over the years, that I found and then layered on top of each other, over and over until at some point they formed a new abstraction: a tribute to our collective memory.