THERE IS SANITY AT SEA LEVEL (NO. 3) DYE SUBLIMATION PRINT ON POLYESTER 5 X 8 FEET 2022 Situated on the waterfront of Ålvik, Norway on the Hardangerfjord, the digital print on fabric is installed on a found metal structure which would have been used by fishing ships. the installation responds to the conditions of […]Read more "KH Messen: There is sanity at sea level (no. 3)"
INSOMNIA, MEMORY LOSS, LETHARGY, AND INSANITY DIGITAL PRINTS ON POLYESTER, COPPER PIPES, CINDER BLOCKS 5 X 8 FOOT EACH 2021 A series of digital works printed on fabric combine abstraction and distortion as well as images of glass Fresnel lenses found in internet searches. Together, the resulting images embody mathematical principles from quantum physics and […]Read more "Insomnia, memory loss, lethargy, and insanity"
SYMPATHETIC ASSOCIATIONS: INTERFERENCE PATTERNS DIGITAL PRINT ON OUTDOOR-GRADE NYLON, RATCHET STRAPS 15 X 22 FEET 2020 Commissioned for Play/ground 2020, a public art exhibition organized by Resource:Art and the Buffalo Institute for Contemporary Art, Sympathetic associations is a large-scale digital print on fabric suspended in the skyway adjacent to Buffalo’s Explore & More Children’s Museum […]Read more "Sympathetic associations: interference patterns"
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"
Adapted photographs from the Expatriate Archive Centre show images of oil rigs and humid landscapes, interrupted by degradation and decay marks on the images’ surfaces.Read more "Everything went shimmery"
TO BE A PALE COPY DYE SUBLIMATION PRINTS ON POLYESTER 2016 These photographic prints of Berenice Abbott’s images—taken for physics textbook studies of wave interference patterns of light through water—are repurposed as flags on fabric, emphasizing of their iconic compositions and central geometric forms. Abbott was part of various Parisian and New York City social […]Read more "To be a pale copy"