Six Occupied Iron Lungs
Blue ink etching of narwhal whales in boxes next to a body of water.
"In pairing traditional symbols with new elements, an ambiguous language can stir, one that is both familiar yet entirely new. This recombinant dialog elicits a response of thorough investigation. As primary technique, copper etchings allows both intricacy of detail and line, and the tangible suggestion of antiquity. These are not depictions of the known world, yet are saturate with visual information, delicate lines representing specific times and spaces. The events unfolding in these images grand new discoveries and meanings with each subsequent viewing." -Todd Freeman