This series pushes back against the inertia of a nonstop lifestyle. Not to rebel against technology, or any other modern reality, but to exact a more conscious relationship with it.
Hand drawn and splattered shapes suggest the intersection of chaos, chance and intention, layered with photographs taken throughout Europe, Canada and the United States. All of the works feature a person having a private moment in public amidst the motion surrounding them. Regardless of how monumental or mundane that moment may be.
Each work consists of two pieces of plexiglass suspended on the wall with 1/2” (13mm) of space between them. The white shapes on the back piece are hand painted or sprayed. The front piece is a simulated multiple exposure of as many as twelve different photographs masked into a hand drawn or hand splattered shape, and then printed directly on the plexiglass.