"The traditional photographic process—using a camera and producing prints from negatives—captures images of the material world. Kenyon forgoes the camera and generates her prints by (in simplest terms) applying objects (including her body) and chemical developer directly to photo paper, then manipulating these materials, however she does it, giving us unique recordings that are not reproducible. Without the camera, something seemingly non-material manifests. Kenyon’s process acts as a sort of photographic Ouija board. Not exactly a portal, but a lens the other side presses itself up against. Things are not represented; things are revealed."