Kristen T. Woodward Reviews “Dysmorphia”

This new multi-panel wall mounted installation appears to have a totemic and substantial presence when viewed from afar, but the intricacies of the linear bands are better appreciated in the closer shot. The narrative component of Dysmorphia is less illustrative or...

Kristen T. Woodward Reviews “Databent”

These new Databent works entice the eye with their views of landscape in saturated hues, and interplay against the transparency of digital creation.  The technological evidence of manipulation is highlighted if not transparently observed through colorful pixilation...

Kristen T. Woodward Reviews “Fictional Landscapes”

The constructed digital landscape titled Expose is considerably more ephemeral, and esoteric in contrast to the former piece.  But what it lacks in astute satirical impact, it offers in dreamy splendor.  The hazy colors in the background suggest old Polaroid transfer;...

Kristen T. Woodward Reviews “The American Dream Ensemble”

I find this ‘revisionist portraiture’ quite apropos in today’s consumer driven quest for the authentic, or genuine article.  The image itself is actually disarming in that there is a tragic beauty to the child in his gritty surrounds.  The softened sepia and cool grey...