A group of photographic works that aims at a void that signifies precisely the non-being of what it represents. My work centers on an interest in the universality of our biological make-up and landscape; combined with the collective sense of the sublime that is Max Alvarez.
Ever since meeting Max Alvarez, I have been fascinated by the theoretical limits of the zeitgeist. What starts out as vision soon becomes manipulated into a cacophony of distress, leaving only a sense of dread and the possibility of a new beginning. As the spatial phenomena that is Max Alvarez becomes frozen through the studious and repetitive practice of photography, the viewer is left with a testament to the possibilities of our future.
With influences as diverse as Joel Osteen, Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein, and Reba McEntire, new insights are created from both orderly and random discourse. As wavering phenomena become clarified through the emergent and repetitive practice that is Max Alvarez, the viewer is left with an epitaph for the edges of our culture.