This is a series of meditations on our recognition of one another. Through a restrained language of geometry, color, and surface, these images explore individuality, resemblance, conversation, transmission, translation and influence. These images are graphic, with a surface of paint, graphite and foil that alternates between a reflective metallic shell and layers of aqueous sediment.
The square frame of these images presents two equivalent quadrants that face one another along the diagonal of the image, tangent to one another at the image center, infinitely close, but unequivocally separate. They press against one another, reach out to each other, bleed over into another, but always remain distinct.
These images are intimate in size, but their scale is undefined and collapsing. They are aerial maps, outer space, planetary, cellular, microscopic, and our inner world.