Portfolio

Out of Focus Human Faces

Typology: Out of Focus Human Faces
Photographic exploration of cognitive infrastructure. Typology of facial patterns.

Instant Sensation of Vaporization
Instant Sensation of Vaporization
Oil painting depicting a human being being instantly burnt to death in a wave of heat (from the perspective of the individual’s perception).

Japanese For ‘The End’
This particular video was made to be coherently incomprehensible; with the aid/in search of memory, language, mechanics, light, memetics, etc.
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Selected Works from Roloff Beny Expedition
An artist expedition facilitated by the Roloff Beny travel scholarship produced a documentary (linked below) and a series of photographic works. The trip took place in South America (Rapa Nui and Chile).

State of Entanglement
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Half lecture film, half documentary portrait of my father, State of Entanglement is a

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Selected Works from P.4 The Trap That Failed                                                   An extended series of automatic drawings. The images are intended to initially co-respond to subjective memories and impulses. Beyond the initial moment of contact with the sketch page object sculptures, I wanted the drawings to have an fluid quality in which mental perceptions/hallucinations can hopefully ebb and flow.

These drawings are compiled in a book
repeating form ((when nervous))

At the time of etching/hatching, I was very enamoured with the proto-surrealist writer Raymond Roussel.  A passage, such as this (line 505 from Roussel’s poem: New Impressions of Africa), displays the style of lucidity that was of chief concern for Roussel.

-At a fisherman’s, for a louse in a hairnet,
A lazy spider exploring a dragnet;)))),

This balance of sense and nonsense is something I strive for in my own work.