Brittle Spring

Geometry, as an agent of the pedestrian, is fused with the exotic and the sensual though the digital distillations of industrial, organic and Indonesian architectural systems. By combining patterns from industry, culture and nature, independently existing imprints are linked and questioned. This series was created under a Work Space Residency Grant at the Dieu Donne Paper Mill in New York, 1999. Pigmented cot­ton pulps, worked through the screens, layer upon layer, wet on wet, create the compositions. No ink or paint is used.