I try very hard to make all of these wildly disparate layers and image references melt into one dense composition, but on closer scrutiny and prolonged viewing, the bones of the work will slowly unearth themselves.
My paintings are situated between the retina and the lens; the brush and the printer. These polarities invoke the singularity of the artist’s hand colliding with an infinity of images captured by others. The recent works act as an address to my relationship to the screen. Large format inkjet printing has afforded me a way to contort a digital image onto and between the materiality of painting.