Box of Ten, 2002, 10 photographic prints made using found 4x5in photographic film.    

“Box of Ten, shows a series of psychedelic light bursts on photographic paper. Wright found stale-dated film with tiny holes in its packaging and left it on a windowsill to gradually expose over two and a half years, essentially using the found film as its own pinhole camera. They represent Wright's concerns with experimentation and process, and remind us of the (essentially) crude technologies that enable photography.”