Many of Jason Fulford’s photographs come from his travels, which he usually takes on a motorcycle for the more intimate, physical experience of being closer one’s surroundings than in a car. His photographs have been described as having an American sensibility, a “mute humor and inexplicable sadness.” The car in Fulford’s photograph becomes more of a sculptural object than a vehicle, as it appears to have been both shot at and set on fire. Its mangled and perhaps charred nature asks more questions than it can answer--why is this car here? What happened to it? Where is the smoke coming from? Fulford’s conceptual photography practice is about the unknown and the ambiguous nature of objects.