In Shot Forms, I manipulate wet gelatin silver fiber  prints (both exposed and unexposed) and let them harden into rigid structures. I then photograph these sculptures isolated on a black or white background, and print them on that same kind of gelatin silver paper, bringing them back into their original form. “Sculpting” a print underscores that a photograph is always inherently both object and image, and printing the image of that sculpture on the very material that it is made out of refers to this idiosyncratic nature.