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HOME > PHOTO & PHOTOMONTAGE PHOTOMONTAGE FROM: TESSERAE OF VENUS PROJECT
Dynamic Sink Pulse One One One One previous next
"Dynamic sink pulse" variations in the Bern carbon cycle model refers to the interaction of ocean and air (wind and water) as absorptive surface topographies. In this image, rosette-like forms pulse in a stack as if each is giving birth to the next, in a row of four, yet each one is distinct- one one one one. Drawings trace surface topographies of Venus (based on online digital images from the Jet Propulsion Lab mission to Venus, 1992). The drawings fold and crush into sculptural installations. The rosette forms develop from ridged folds sprayed with iridescent airbrush paint.
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DATE: 2009
72 x 72 inches
189 cm x 18 cm

chromogenic print