"Cropping: The Ideal View", 2017, Collaged Prints on Archival Museum Board, Each 6"x6", appx. 28"x28" in grid.
These works are displayed as a group, but are meant to be viewed closely, one by one. They are small and intricate images which reflect the similarly convoluted and distorted relationship between a viewer and a landscape in modern society. Our experiences with nature so often occur "though the window", morphing and changing our perception of the land itself. The extremely complicated relationship humanity has with nature (politically, economically, socially, environmentally) is paired down to a very simple, idyllic image of landscape.