I haven’t had a chance to post new work on the site for some time, but its not like I haven’t busy. I though I’d share some photos of an installation I just had up at the University of New Mexico. This thing is a bunch of paper cuts, linoleum prints, paint, glue and wire. It takes up a space about 12 feet by 12 feet by 8 feet tall. This is a bit of an exploration as to where I can take the city prints, such as “Endless City“, I’ve been making the past year or so. Let me know what you think.
and some with weird orange lighting
more pictures here
whoa! these look AMAZING, it’s like a diaroma from the musuem of the post-apocalypse
Yeah, wild! Wish I could see it in person to see what is really going on, seems like a giant optical illusion with that giant city floating in mid-air.
that looks really amazing. wish I could experience it!
beautiful. i can’t imagine the process.
Arg, that looks awesome. I love the thready textures, and it seems like your smoke motif has found it’s apogee.
This is super awesome! I agree with everyone – I wish I could see this in person. There is something about the fragility that is so moving.
so paper-cut rad, pete! love it!
This is awesome!!! Incredible! Inspiring! Seriously.