Page 14 - WTP Vol.VII #3
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“The mysterious glow inside the images is intended to powerfully fade and inflate time. Space also becomes relative and appears to move. The sense of gravity
is dislocated and representational subjects shift into abstractions in front of your eyes. The landscapes are not fixed to the earth but instead are orbiting. They float transiently as mountains, water shapes, tunnels, and monuments before returning back to simple shapes and colors. Ranging from a ‘Pool Portal’ to a still life of ‘Holographic Stones,’ solid traces of light are left, marking the paper. The viewer is invited to embark on a magnified journey of the mind into these invented wonderlands.”
 The Arrival
analog chromogenic photogram, unique, on Fujiflex
22’’ x 30''

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