PROJECTS:

Double Erasure
Film I brought back from Hungary
SPECTACLE STUDIO
WHO STOLE MY SUBLIME
Fracture Analysis
GONE/reDONE
SISYPHUS THE DAY AFTER
Crisis of the Visible
CRISIS OF THE Invisible
Crisis of the Free Spirit
THE END OF SLEEP
Institutional sunset
APROPER ERASURE
NO PLACE FOR […]
TRACE WITH ME
MID-CONVERSATIONAL MERGE
Debated Utopia

Awkward Beauty

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NO PLACE FOR […] 2013
image deconstruct
Partially erased photographs
11x17 inches

No place for […] explores the physicality of mark making. Both additive and subtractive concepts. It combines the idea of claiming spaces in the real world and on the image surfaces itself. Using a chemical based subtractive technique the photographs are transformed into paintings. Paint is NOT applied to the photograph; instead its surface is diluted with solutions, which allows specific parts of the original to be erased.

The physical image surface as an altered landscape



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