Silence is Layered

While movies assemble still images into various illusions of motion, monotype printmaking compels one to select and freeze a moment in a fluid work process. Some of these images include multiple “drops,” which makes the concept of “moment” somewhat more complex. A series of decisive instants are rendered as simultaneous, by way of translucent stratification.

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