The digital prints on aluminum from this series use digital cloning to remix historical tools for vision, rendering them as kaleidoscopic meditations on the histories of vision, photography, and surveillance.Read more "Shibboleths for the sun"
Rendered in digital space, a Fresnel lens is paired with advertising mantras for vision and optics, taken from opticians’ marketing campaigns.Read more "Helping you see and be seen."
STRANGE FRAGMENTS, TAKEN FOR THE WHOLE DIGITAL PRINTS ON ALUMINUM 2017 – 2018 Emulating a film noir style, this series depicts the adjustment brackets on the back of plastic chaise lounges found at many swimming pools. I reproduced these objects in wood and enamel and photographed them on mirrors with fog machines. Reworked as weapons, […]Read more "Strange fragments, taken for the whole"
BOUNDARY STONES, UNFOLDED (SIX FALLEN STONES TAKEN FROM THE BORDER WALL OF THE SANTA CLARA CONVENT) DIGITAL PRINTS 2015 Using Photoshop as a digital form of stonemasonry, I carve apart these stones that were once part of the boundary between the former monastery of Santa Clara and the remainder of the nearby town of Belalcázar. […]Read more "Boundary stones, unfolded (six fallen stones taken from the border wall of the Santa Clara Convent)"