con|text series, 4/5 - India ink on bristol. The doubled lines mimic 3D imagery (in this case, anaglyphic images) without being functional.
The images, like their accompanying phrases, have only the barest of meanings and are divorced from a larger context. In anaglyph images, the viewer is need to truly bring depth to the picture, filtered with special glasses. Like those images, this series is viewed through the special lenses of individual experience. Without the viewer, they are largely meaningless.