Craig Duncan is a photographer who works primarily to take reality out of context. His work is informed by the quietness of Robert Irwin and the dedication to craft of Erin O’Keefe. Although the work inevitably lives as a photograph, it is based in sculpture and installation. A common thread that follows many of his series is introspection as well as freedom from perfection, when working with physical media and architectural spaces. His process leads to fairly simple imagery, yet he hopes that something about formal relationships, humor, and absurdity outshine what is on the surface. He lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico.