Primary, Black and White (2011)
36 Virtual Artworks, 9 Archival Inkjet Prints, Three 20" x 24", Six 18" x 24"
Editions of 5, Signed and Framed, Documentary Web Site
The works in the "Primary, Black and White" series were created using the Englyph writing system. "Primary, Black and White" refers to the limited color palette the artist used to create the art works; namely blue, yellow and red, along with black and white. Each piece was inspired by text from Alexander Theroux's book, The Primary Colors: three essays that ruminate on the various cultural meanings of the colors blue, yellow and red, commonly known as the primary colors.