SCENAPSE, 2007, 2007-2013


“Images of trees, waves and fields of flowers are saved from prettiness by the sense that they’ve been eaten away from within. Nothing is solid, everything is permeable, lacy, almost transparent…there is an oily, organic sheen to the dark spaces, but the eye penetrates the surface at so many points that it seems possible to sink right into it or pass through it. Monet meets the pixilated screen, and the world dissolves into gorgeous atoms.”—Vince Aletti, THE NEW YORKER