T R A N S F E R
As a continuation to my ongoing motion cycle, I commenced a project in 2020 instantly by finding a new source material and medium to work with. The plywood sheets with their natural patterns showing up as repetitions of ornaments on the surface - are perfect backgrounds for the distorted street views. I use the printmaking technique of dye sublimation with a special selection of images for the wooden surfaces, where the panning layers create an intense, painterly atmosphere. It's sort of a conceptual imaging process, with a fresh and playful outcome, that upcycles the industrial trash (raw plywood sheets) and makes a connection with "motion in reality" for the Google street-view images, in the same time, finds them a new stage through their marriage.
T E R M I N A L
Here’s a project I was working on in October, stemmed from my recent research around industrial photography, some nice autumn walks and mostly from the desperate need to distract myself from the horrifying reality of pre election suspense with visual poetry:
*Light works Terminal*
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