This series is inspired by time and its tendency to both transform and preserve. From the inception of life to this very instant, time has transformed our universe, but maintained consistence in its governing of life’s cycles. Time connects us all to the origins of human civilization. Those primitive human instincts we all share coexist with the technological age in which we currently reside.
Representations of Earth are broken into geometric shapes by corrupting the digital code of appropriated NASA satellite imagery. This information is then combined with the hex code of slices of digital landscape photography in order to reveal the hierarchal configuration of Earth’s structures. This collaging of digital code references the recent development and influx of new technology, while creating a conversation with shapes that are both primitive and futuristic, allowing the past and future to fuse and make new meaning.