Edit challenges the viewer to consider how they encounter contemporary imagery through a series of physical prints accompanied by an Instagram feed. At 12:00am on January 1, 2019 the copyright of an enormous trove of material from 1923 including books, music and photographs expired. Historical artifacts are an edit of history -because all photography is subjective- but the absolute truth of documentary artifacts is rarely questioned. In Edit, each Library of Congress image is given a contemporary context by being incorporated into a larger scene full of current photographs taken by the artist, providing the artifact a situational position in the current moment. The collage uses physical techniques such as cutting and splicing and leverages changes in scale to emphasize the tension between the old and new. A rejection of clean lines and precise Photoshopping enables the viewer to consider the act of the edit. Portions of the collage are redacted by black squares suggesting that there is more to the work than currently revealed. The viewer can search for the missing components with the Instagram handle @1923edited to find the redacted squares and "complete the piece."