Remote Sensing

As if searching for artifacts, I mine the web for three-dimensional models to convert back into two-dimensional photographs.  Presented as large-scale archival inkjet prints, these photographs revel in their aberrant color, hard-edged geometric anomalies, blurred surfaces, and distorted depictions of space. The photographs in Remote Sensing record the emergence of a medium, photogrammetry, and memorialize both the medium and its culture’s imperfections.