Encipher   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014            
  
 
  
     
  
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     A visual poem,  To Build Itself Ruin or Wonder  muses upon our living in this world amid our physical artifacts. The images portray human presence and cultural vestiges, indeterminate moments and idiosyncratic remnants. With geographic locations and cultural identifiers set aside, they are contemplations on the significance of our endeavors, centering on the fractured, the incomplete and the obscured.       

Encipher

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

 

    

A visual poem, To Build Itself Ruin or Wonder muses upon our living in this world amid our physical artifacts. The images portray human presence and cultural vestiges, indeterminate moments and idiosyncratic remnants. With geographic locations and cultural identifiers set aside, they are contemplations on the significance of our endeavors, centering on the fractured, the incomplete and the obscured. 

 

  The Long Sweep   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

The Long Sweep

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Vacuum   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Vacuum

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Juniper Tectonics   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014   

Juniper Tectonics

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

 

  Green Eclipse   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Green Eclipse

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Support   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Support

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Wormhole   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Wormhole

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Conveyance   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Conveyance

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Vanishing Point   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Vanishing Point

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Sun Goddess   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Sun Goddess

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  House of Sticks   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

House of Sticks

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Visible Light   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Visible Light

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Shaman   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Shaman

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Footprint   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014

Footprint

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

  Ferris Forest   from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  Archival Pigment Print  2012–2014            
  
 
  
     
  
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     A visual poem,  To Build Itself Ruin or Wonder  muses upon our living in this world amid our physical artifacts. The images portray human presence and cultural vestiges, indeterminate moments and idiosyncratic remnants. With geographic locations and cultural identifiers set aside, they are contemplations on the significance of our endeavors, centering on the fractured, the incomplete and the obscured. 

Ferris Forest

from the series TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

Archival Pigment Print

2012–2014

 

    

A visual poem, To Build Itself Ruin or Wonder muses upon our living in this world amid our physical artifacts. The images portray human presence and cultural vestiges, indeterminate moments and idiosyncratic remnants. With geographic locations and cultural identifiers set aside, they are contemplations on the significance of our endeavors, centering on the fractured, the incomplete and the obscured. 

 Installation View (University of Arizona Museum of Art)  TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER  2014

Installation View (University of Arizona Museum of Art)

TO BUILD ITSELF RUIN OR WONDER

2014