Jeanne Randolph

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From Parking Lot Pandemic, 2021


From Prairie Modernist Noir: The Disappearance of the Manitoba Telephone Booth, 2020


From Shopping Cart Pantheism, 2015



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This is another charming scene, at Otter Lake. The phone booth is trying to camouflage itself amid maps, shed and soft-drink machine. Standing strong, poorly disguised, it tells itself, “I belong here. It’s okay, I’m fine.”, 2018


Here it is from another view. I wanted to document this sort of view as often as I could—the forsaken telephone booth among its injured friends. As you can see, in a way, it’s in its own forlorn community., 2018


This is another charming scene, at Otter Lake. The phone booth is trying to camouflage itself amid maps, shed and soft-drink machine. Standing strong, poorly disguised, it tells itself, “I belong here. It’s okay, I’m fine.” 2, 2018


First our own downtown Winnipeg. I started photographing Winnipeg phone booths I spotted driving along, well, passengering along. And here is a landmark. Does anybody recognize where this is? Yes, some of these booths are an element of our usual streetsc, 2018


Without cars the streets were quiet. The sidewalks were deserted. The chirping sound that accompanies traffic lights was remarkably loud. It was as if streets, traffic lights, lampposts and parking meters were extraneous., 2020/2021