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  “In my process, I work digitally to create symmetrical and balanced spaces found inside and outside of a structure and then I distort the
work through arm and hand motions that mimic the direction of the wind. By allowing the weather to guide my motions, I engage with nature to dictate this transformative process. This allows my human self to be con- trolled by my current environment resulting in a composition of a dance between ourselves and our surroundings. Through the process of col- laging, each layer constructs a more warped view of the original image, creating a visual dance between synthetic interior spaces and the natural world. Through distortion, the original definition of that particular image is lost and what is left is a morphing that deconstructs both the materiality of human existence and the nature surrounding it.”
Glass Windows
digital photograph print mounted on wood panel 16'' x 20''

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