These algorithmically generated three-dimensional forms are presented upon landscapes that reflect what I encountered when I relocated to Colorado. I wanted to depict the extreme environment that I find in the West. The land is flat prairie or it is granite mountains. Land is densely developed or it is untouched. The forms become a reference, indicating a sense of scale and a point in time on the landscape but it is not clear if it is real or imagined.
The forms are alternatively composed of a white gypsum material and a black oily glass-like material. I wanted the forms to feel as if they could be composed of materials harvested from the landscape and set free to explore what is left.
media: pigment print, size: 36″ X 64″, completed: 2010