Untitled (No Place) merges digital and analog processes to create imagined landscapes that elicit both the utopian and the dystopian. These images explore Gilles Deleuze’s notion of the virtual as “pure becoming without being.” In this suspended state of becoming, the image is never fully formed, never fully in the present. There is radical potential in this suspended state, in the (forever) moment between re-evolution and de-evolution. 

"Untitled 2 (No Place)," 2015 

"Untitled 4 (No Place)," 2015

                                                   "Untitled 3 (No Place)," 2015