2016-PRESENT / TYPOLOGICAL STUDY, INKJET PRINTS
Typology of a Liminal Landscape
An ongoing collection of forced horizon lines divorced from context. Through formal compositions of positive and negative space, each image depicts a scene of ‘nowhere’—fundamental spaces of banality and betweenness, at once foreign and familiar. The work employs a mechanism of classification—the typology—to gain influence through the collection of similars. Acting as a comparative study, the images serve as a larger representation of the in between, and together form a wholly new ‘place’.