No Man is an Island
Lambda Prints and Plexiglass
No Man is an Island is an exploration of creation and connection through the shapes, patterns and colors of the natural and digital worlds. Thirteen Lambda prints, digitally altered and geometrically shaped, are based on new techniques in image rendering. The original images, shot in Hawaii, explore the complex order of nature while their post production seeks to reveal the digital parallels within that order. The incorporation of this new technology is a part of my study of fractal theory and how fractals relate to the beginning of creation as well as the future of civilization.
Additionally, my intentions are to investigate how these forms relate to the perceptions of emotion as well as their connections to ancient orders of universal symbolism. I also seek to reveal myself within the work; the titles reference my ongoing internal discourse relating to ego, independence, logic, anonymity, isolation, balance and infinity.