Remixes and rearrangements reveal new realms.
Most of these etchings are based on images captured through still and video footage of actual events, where I and others were present in front of the camera, exploring movement and interactivity facilitated by my wearable objects. As still images are sourced from moving footage, a digestion begins through digital and analog screens. Through the process of printmaking, the original image becomes distorted, a scrambled signal of habits and routines. Structure and pattern is examined, enhanced and revised in reproduction. The digital camera and video editing software are literal and metaphorical “teeth,” capturing and breaking up larger chunks of time into immediate moments. Subsequent reprinting of the digital in the traditional etching medium solidifies the ephemeral moment into a relic of the past. These print techniques provide material for future settings and enactments, perpetuating the process of production and reproduction.
Aquatint, softground and line etching on paper.
The Borg Book
A collection of characters from the age of networks, currents and other invisible elements. Figures from past mythologies are resurrected and reinvented to participate in a contemporary tale of progress and perpetual growth.
Line and aquatint etching and serigraphy on paper, adhesive
13 3/4 x 9 x 3/4 inches
Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Story of Origins
A pop-up book exploring the mythological origin theme related to the urban landscape.
etching on paper and silk, serigraphy on paper, polymer plate relief print on paper, thread, archival adhesive
University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN