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Basic Ingredients Of A Complex World

(In progress)

"Not too long ago one took it on faith that the final scientific picture of the world would be beautiful, orderly and simple. As it has continued to be sketched in, we have had a number of surprises. The beauty is there, but not of the expected kind."

C. P. Snow

Any Color You Like

A black-and-white image may depict an object of the present, but its character is forever is locked into the past. When these items are rendered in a traditional black-and-white format, the information that remains is merely an abstraction of its previous form.

Lost Color Of Mannes

Revisiting sites in New England and New York State, these vignettes imagine the historical color that Leopold Mannes, the co-inventor of Kodachrome.

Commissioned by Humble Arts Foundation for Manual Transmission, exhibited at NADA: Miami Beach

Empty Cabinet

The camera obscura is a model for empirical observation while simultaneously harnessing the romance of natural occurring phenomena through technology. This theoretical paradox is embodied in photography's conception during the nineteenth century.


Empty Cabinet, Single-channel high definition video (with sound), 3:00, 2010

This Is (Still) The Golden Age

Pressing the photographic paper against the tube, heat and light emanating from the tube are self-inscribed, fulfilling the desire to span distances, making illusions more present.

[ Blank Chalkboards ]

A useful chalkboard has no history; a used chalkboard is history. What was once empty is now full of information.

 
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