Printmaking is directly related to memory.
The repetition of the image that can then be dispersed far and wide has a particular kind of magic to it. An opportunity for a single idea to reach billions is a fascinating conceit.
The only way to do that before electronic communication was through the printed word and image.
Figuring out how to reproduce detailed images that can be mechanically duplicated hundreds of thousands of times requires the translation of an image into what essentially amounts to a highly complex stencil.
These works explore both the methods of this highly complex stencil technique and plays with them anachronistically in a way that celebrates their limitations and, in those limitations, their charm and visual appeal.