© 2017

Dichromatism (Sulfur and Gypsum)
57cm x 38cm, Archival Pigment Print 2016

Alabaster
57cm x 38cm, Archival Pigment Print 2016

Ground Swell I & II
370cm x 120cm, Archival Pigment Print 2016

Rose Hue
42cm x 28cm, Archival Pigment Print 2016

Artifacts (Fragments II)
42cm x 28cm, Archival Pigment Print 2016

Untitled (Fragments I)
42cm x 28cm, Archival Pigment Print 2016

A Way to Measure
105cm x 70cm, Archival Pigment Print 2016

Split Horizon
105cm x 70cm, Archival Pigment Print 2016

Ascent
Archival Pigment Print 2016

Aggregate
Archival Pigment Print 2017

Declivity
Archival Pigment Print 2016

The Edge of the Sun
Archival Pigment Print 2016

Cinder Field
Archival Pigment Print 2016

Horizon
Archival Pigment Print 2016

And then, the dust
2015 - 2017


And then, the dust is a photographic series developed in my studio and in Death Valley, California. The horizonless landscapes of Death Valley show formations of rock fractured by shadows. The photographs depict a crater, a sulfur mine, and a cinder field composed of infinite small masses of stones. The interior photographs portray plaster forms on graph paper creating specimens from a landscape that doesn’t exist. Imposing a grid on the built landscape, my use of graph paper references cartography, geometry and architectural drawings.


In And then, the dust, I photograph the construction of a metaphorical landscape exploring the potential of constructed and natural terrains through abstracted forms.