Senefelderplatz - Pigment Print, 2017
A single color value of the sky was recorded every second over the course of a day. The data was then rendered across a spectrum to create a reconstructed landscape. Unique forms of atmospheric information are layered into a single landscape carrying a diversity of readings: light pollution at a fixed position presented spatially, weather conditions across a hemisphere outside linear time, or a snapshot of the state of Earth’s rotation in reference to the Sun.
Pool - Laser Exposed Fiber, 2017
Drift Ice - Pigment Print, 2017
In Pool and Drift Ice, images of water were recorded at fixed intervals. Computational analysis of the differences between the individual frames were used to create a new image representing change over time.