Land Frames

These landscapes are not fleeting because they never alight.

Repetitive techniques build layers of material content. I’m interested in the perception of things as incremental and complex. I’m interested in the relationship of material change to linear time and its resulting problems: repetition, singularity, and connectivity.

To create these images, I printed on translucent vellum until the ink cartridge expired. I repaired the successively changing (deteriorating) image with silver ink to best mimic the original. I layered the resulting 600 prints on board. I then stripped most of the vellum from the panels and applied successive layers of paint.