Wired Eyes
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
24DIA in (61DIA cm)
2014




Wired Eyes (Detail)
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
2014




Wired Eyes
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
24DIA in (61DIA cm)
2010




Wired Eyes (Detail)
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
2010




Wired Eyes
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
24DIA in (61DIA cm)
2010




Wired Eyes (Detail)
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
2010




Wired Eyes
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
24DIA in (61DIA cm)
2010




Wired Eyes (Detail)
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
2010




Wired Eyes
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
24DIA in (61DIA cm)
2012




Wired Eyes (Detail)
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
2012




Wired Eyes
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
24DIA in (61DIA cm)
2010




Wired Eyes (Detail)
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
2010




Wired Eyes
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
24DIA in (61DIA cm)
2010




Wired Eyes (Detail)
Gouache on pigmented abaca fiber
2010



Wired Eyes

In this series, the use of finely processed and pigmented plant fiber creates an organic, translucent and transitory context for investigating the relationship between science, technology and the natural world. The circle becomes a symbol of the ‘all knowing eye’, the eye of the telescope and microscope and the physiological eye, our first lens to the visual world. Clusters of ‘cells’, (biologic, geometric, technologic and social) are held together by their close proximity to one another and float on their surfaces, and are momentarily captured for further investigation. They reference everything from neurons, killer viruses, microscopic radiolarian, the interchange of data by packet switching in Internet communications, to links of fiber-optic cables and wireless connections. The organic becomes over-laid and interchangeable with the technological.









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