"I am interested in the space between
film making and still photography. I create new relationships between the
frame of the film still and the screen of the moving picture. Like a montage,
my work builds associations through sequencing, layering an d contrasting.
Drawing with light, I overlay new frames of movement, stillness, shadow, and
narrative. The 4 Portraits are drawn this way. They are from a body
of work conceptually inspired by simulations of reproductions and technically
driven by the process of drawing with light. Using light and shadow to draw
becomes a darkroom process similar to Man Ray’s ‘Rayogram’
or photogram technique."
2004 Boise Art Museum Triennial, Exhibition
jurored by Arthur C. Danto, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Columbia University.
December 18, 2004 - March 13, 2005
Boise Art Musuem, Boise, Idaho
August 17, 2005 - October 1, 2005
Pritchard Art Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
October 22, 2005 - December 5, 2005 Herrett Center for Arts and Science, Twin