TURBOPARALYSIS, 2014
LAMINATED HANDMADE DARKROOM PRINT IN WELDED ALUMINUM ARTIST’S FRAME
51H x 51W x 2D IN (127H x 127W x 5.08 CM)

Turboparalysis, 2014, is part of an ongoing investigation of lens-based media in non-depictive, automatistic states. A 120 roll of lower Manhattan azure sky is shot, rewound and re-shot to “mark” each image. The film is scanned, then images doubled, tripled, rotated and inverted until the diamond composition is reached. This found latticework structure, balancing on one of its corners, is transferred to 8x10 film, and, hovering between analog and digital states, printed by hand from this transparency. No two prints are identical.

Mark


SEVERE CLEAR, 2019
CHROMOGENIC DIGITAL LUMINOGRAM
DIBOND, MAPLE FRAME, MUSEUM GLASS (ARTIST FRAMING)

43H x 63W x 2D IN (109.22H x 160.02W x 5.08d CM)
ED: 4 + 2AP

In Severe Clear, 2019, radiant, blue color fields meet to suggest a horizon. In the tradition of questioning what constitutes a photograph, and what constitutes a camera, Severe Clear, 2019 is a trompe-l’oeil digital luminogram created with a single gesture of colored light onto an exposed, lensless sensor. The unimpeded horizon is often considered a source of serenity as it provides a clear view of incoming threats (preferrably a lack thereof.)




FAILURE IS BECOMING, 2014
HANDMADE DARKROOM PRINT ON DIBOND
25H x 66W in
ED: UNIQUE + AP
PRIVATE COLLECTION


IN-SITU, 2017
CHROMOGENIC PRINT ON DIBOND
27H x 40W IN (68.58H CM x 101.6W CM)
ED: 2 + AP
PRIVATE COLLECTION






ENDURANCE, 2014
LIGHTJET ILFOCHROME ON DIBOND
MATTE LAMINATE, BLACK WELDED ALUMINUM FRAME
20H x 64W IN. (60.96H x 162.56W CM)

Endurance, 2016 is three different medium format transparencies of azure sky, taken on
the same day in lower Manhattan. This work is meant to be installed on a ceiling, but may also be installed
horizontally or vertically on a wall.