"Urban Hieroglyphs" explored the ubiquitous spray-painted markings that identify the location of an intricate network of utilities that lie just under the surface of New York. The resulting prints dislodge the symbols from their context, transforming these mundane elements into a series of abstractions.
While these modern hieroglyphs have a practical use, I was attracted to the striking colors and fascinating shapes, I'm interested in the energetic flow among the images; some undulating, organic, and serene while others represent conflict, dynamism, and energy.
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