Phasis (2005)

For me, art making is a method of contemplative research. The artwork that occurs helps to determine the appropriate questions to ask when probing the origin and outcome of my physicality.

Phasis expresses the nature of visual ambiguity both literally and metaphorically by working with images of pagan and religious symbolism. On the internet, the abundant and disorganized material concerning my topic, superficially, meant nothing to me. Instead of assimilating information literally, I extracted a body of work from the appearance (the greek phasis) of electronic communication.

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For me, art making is a method of contemplative research. The artwork that occurs helps to determine the appropriate questions to ask when probing the origin and outcome of my physicality.

Phasis expresses the nature of visual ambiguity both literally and metaphorically by working with images of pagan and religious symbolism. On the internet, the abundant and disorganized material concerning my topic, superficially, meant nothing to me. Instead of assimilating information literally, I extracted a body of work from the appearance (the greek phasis) of electronic communication.

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