Concurrent Perspectives is a series of
abstract screen prints that explore
perspective by layering multiple images into
one. These multifaceted images of everyday
subjects present a layering of perspectives
that encourage a closer look at our
surroundings and the consideration of
different points of view.
These prints are created by combining new
media with traditional printmaking. The
creative process begins with digital
photography. Original photos are edited,
altered and arranged into compositions using
creative software. The final digital
composition is screen printed by hand
returning the digital process to a
traditional form of printing.
The subject matter in the photography is
found throughout Kansas City. Often the
photographs feature man-made structures with
strong patterns & geometric forms. Some of
the subject matter, such as the overpasses &
powerlines focus on connective
infrastructures that are taken for granted.
All of the objects are captured out of
context. At night, on foot or up close.
Changing the context of the subject matter
allows it to be seen in a new way.