The Future Is Private
"The Future Is Private" explores what is lost, and what becomes other, when human beings are described by data.
At 4' x 3' the prints have separate near and far viewing experiences. Up close they are a dot-matrix kaleidoscope, with light refraction and lens distortion amplified, varied and obvious. From afar, they form the larger image of color and abstraction. At the intersection of those viewing experiences the prints can be difficult to look at.