Wavelengths

This series of five variable edition prints shows the tangle of antennae you can still see in some cities, persisting like the claws of a long fallen and deceased animal in a crevice. They're against perhaps moodier than normal skies.

I'm fascinated with how the past builds up in physical layers, and how we live with and integrate those layers. Some layers linger, as if they've worked themselves so deep into the social fabric that they've become aesthetic, while others get swept away and eradicated completely, like dog turd. Especially curious to me are the defunct technologies that not long ago were the latest in modern, and half the population can still remember when that was the case.

The generation coming up now will look at WiFi hubs and charging stations and CCTV cameras and wonder, look at that ancient stuff. Ain't it quaint.

"Wavelengths," 11" x 11", collage and acrylic on birch panel
1/5 V.E. monoprint

$79 USD + $10 shipping & handing

"Wavelengths," 11" x 11", collage and acrylic on birch panel
2/5 V.E. monoprint

$79 USD + $10 shipping & handing

"Wavelengths," 11" x 11", collage and acrylic on birch panel
3/5 V.E. monoprint

$79 USD + $10 shipping & handing

"Wavelengths," 11" x 11", collage and acrylic on birch panel
4/5 V.E. monoprint

$79 USD + $10 shipping & handing

"Wavelengths," 11" x 11", collage and acrylic on birch panel
5/5 V.E. monoprint

$79 USD + $10 shipping & handing

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