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ONGOING / DYE-SUBLIMATION ON ALUMINUM

Circadian Echoes

An ongoing series of abstract visualizations that considers alternate methods of documenting time. Each is generated with colors recorded from the sky in a particular location on a specific day.

Through a recursive process of data collection, sky colors are digitally recorded, cataloged, sampled into swatches, and regenerated into abstract visualizations. The resulting forms act as a record of both time and place. The final visualizations are meant to suggest a tension between reality and perception.

Printed on aluminum using a dye-sublimation process, the conscious act of moving between these two spaces is considered

Circadian Echoes is currently on view from 30 November 2018 - 16 February 2019 at the ArtVale Gallery in Oakland as part of the Regeneration Residency exhibition.

 
 
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