The Boneyard is a symbolic place for the faded memories of grandeur and fame that encompass Las Vegas. It is a fitting end for these signs that when the glittering lights go out they are sequestered away to a dusty lot on the way out to the desert. These signs are the discarded totems of our age and are a reflection of our vanities on which time takes its unrelenting toll. My interest lies in the aesthetics of decay and the interplay between light, form, texture, and colour. This exhibit utilizes large-scale aluminum colour prints and black and white Polaroid transfers which exemplify the dichotomy between majesty and intimacy in the Boneyard.