NYT 2015 is a series of collages that combine photographs printed in the national Sunday edition of The New York Times in the year 2015. Each collage combines selected images of the human figure printed within a single week’s cover section. The images are cut by hand directly from the newspaper then reassembled into intricate compositions reminiscent of Rorschach inkblots or scribbles.
This page contains a small selection of the 52+ collages created from 2015 through 2018.
For exhibition installation images of the series see here and for video see here.
An ongoing series of carbon copy paper rubbings and drawings examining the contemporary state of public memorial.
Here, the copy of a copy is an embodied double-take – a tool used to compare, to weigh our assumptions and reveal the pre-existing artifice within accepted certainties - Who are the heroes, the enemies and what is “right or wrong.”