2. Exploring the Grid

2. Exploring the Grid

1. Grain Elevator

1. Grain Elevator

3.  Untitled # 1

3. Untitled # 1

4. Untitled # 2

4. Untitled # 2

The process begins through a series of orthographic projection drawings, inked on paper. The final composition of these formal depictions evolves throughout the act of drawing and an intuitive collaboration with the orders of projection. Through a ruled prescription of tone, the drawings explore the depth of the surface and spatial relationships. These drawings then serve as templates throughout an empirical screen printing process, which uses the flexibility and speed of print making production to produce unforeseen relationships within the formal composition.

5. Grid # 1

5. Grid # 1

6. Grid # 2

6. Grid # 2

7. Grid # 3

7. Grid # 3

8. Grid # 4

8. Grid # 4

9. Grid # 5

9. Grid # 5

Index

1. Exploring the Grid
2012
22″ x 30″
Ink on paper

2. Grain Elevator
2012
22″ x 30″
Ink on paper

3. Untitled # 1
2012
36″ x 18″
Silkscreen print

4. Untitled # 2
2012
18″ x 46″
Silkscreen print

5. Grid # 1
2012
24″ x 18″
Silkscreen print

6. Grid # 2
2012
24″ x 18″
Silkscreen print

7. Grid # 3
2012
18″ x 46″
Silkscreen print

8. Grid # 4
2012
24″ x 18″
Silkscreen print

9. Grid # 5
2012
23.5″ x 17.5″
Silkscreen print