his dreadful glance comprises an installation of new work developed in conversation with processes of dodging and burning. The exhibition engages an anxiety that shadows the photographic and its production of meaning through lightness, darkness, reflection, refraction. Hands grasp, pose, and waver. At angle an eye opens and closes, a spiral unravels, and a leaf hopes to hypnotize offering access to the political through the absent and present, cyclical, and askew.

Solo Exhibition at Neutral Ground, Regina, 2017

Essay by Daniella Sanader “Excercises for Seeing Everything at Once” PDF

Installation views. Risographic prints; zink prints; vinyl wall text; cast bronze, available plinth, mat board, paper, paint; silver gelatin contact print and inkjet print; inkjet prints, tape, paint; inkjet prints; HD video