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Carbon Analog borrows the conventions of NASA photography, including extreme close-ups, photo-mosaics and jagged panoramas, to depict mundane mining sites as analog landscapes, terrestrial areas used by governmental agencies, universities, and independent organizations to evoke an extraterrestrial terrain. By echoing these conventions I examine the value of degraded and denigrated landscapes, reconceiving them as sites of curiosity and exploration.

Analog Panorama 1
Digital Inkjet Print
21" x 36"
2011
Analog Grid 1
Digital Inkjet Print
10' x 12"
2012
Carbon Analog 1
Digital Inkjet Print
10" x 12"
2012
Analog Panorama 2
Digital C Print
6" x 23"
2009
Analog Panorama 3
Digital C Print
12" x 60"
2011
Carbon Analog 2
(Footprints)
Digital C Print
15" x 15"
2010
Analog Panorama 4
Digital C Print
12" x 24"
2012
Carbon Analog 3
Digital Inkjet Print
10" x 12"
2011
Carbon Analog 4
(Craters)
Digital Inkjet Print
10" x 12"
2012
Analog Grid 2
Digital Inkjet Print
10" x 12"
2012
 Lunar Triptych 1
Digital C Print
15" x 15"
2011
Lunar Triptych 2
Digital C Print
15" x 15"
2011
Lunar Triptych 3
Digital C print
15" x 15"
2011
Analog Panorama 5
Digital C Print
12" x 30"
2011
Analog Panorama 6
Digital C Print
12" x 32"
2009
Carbon Analog 5
Digital C print
15" x 15"
2011
Carbon Analog 6
Digital C Print
15" x 15"
2012
Carbon Analog Triptych
Digital C Print
10" x 24"
2008