This collection of work takes objects/systems/images associated with technologies, (old and new) and presents them in an intuitive vocabulary. These images invite the spectator to rethink our familiar world, where the sheer volume of information and imagery is adding little to the sum of human wisdom and may even be drowning our capacity for thought, changing our process of looking and seeing.
When an object is translated through the medium of print it crosses from a practical world to an aesthetic world, print invests an authority and an integrity, the image becomes iconic. The visual comment is not always obvious, the media sometimes holds the message. I hope the images are read, portraying multiple possibilities, projecting an aura of mystery.