River Diptych #7 (For Hokusai)
Chromogenic Silver Halide Print
each panel is 30x43.6" ( 64" wide)
Signed on the back of each print and on the back of each removable mount
I've always worked with mining the territory in between drawing and photography. I have over the years repeatedly worked with the idea of the viewer changing their perception the closer they get to my images. From a distance this work seems like one thing, but as you get closer the visual codes change to black ink-like Sumi gestures and barren burned out trees. This duality of line and photographic subject is one of the mysterious things photography can achieve which (for me) no other art form can match. In some of these works the river reflections are acting as a type of "Looking Glass" into our possible future.
Solo exhibition at Galerie Karsten Greve / Paris titled "This Shimmering World", in conjunction with Paris Photo.