Art is free from the functional restrictions imposed on our everyday visual system; yet, abstract art is perceived via the same system that was developed primarily to represent real-world objects and scenes.
My digital collage process is an exploration of the early stages of our cognitive visual processing system. I deconstruct pictures from our everyday visual scene into elementary components such as spots of light, lines, edges, simple forms, colors, movement, etc. At later stages of my process, I reconstruct these components into non-recognizable forms and objects.
As seen above, I also have experience mixing intaglio printing, relief printing, computer graphics, and lithography.