June 9th - July 7th 2006, Tippecanoe Arts Federation
Trihedron: a solid figure having three sides or faces.
Everything has a story associated with it, from the simplest of atoms to the most complex organism. Whether each part of a story is factually known, unknown, or fabricated, every molecule, object, and person has a life story.
In this body of work I use computer-generated imagery to abstractly convey storyline progression. Within many of these images narrative text is also present in order to convey a deeper insight into the storyline presented. Each group or image includes three parts (Trihedron) that visually tell a "life story." The parts of each Trihedron represent one of the storyline phases of birth, life or death because I view these as the ultimate events in any "life story."
The images in this collection were created between 2005 and 2006.