Portrait Of A Spinning Man
oil on glass, 19x14x8"; tempered glass, bloodwood, aluminum; 2015

This work explores the relationships among the self alongside the human/technology layers. Implied interpretations are levels of consciousness, the editing of self in the digital space, and the hierarchies of humans and technology. It seeks to ask questions of motive and control. The mount holds the framed panes off the wall, allowing them to spin about a vertical axis.