investigates the visual rhetoric found in paperwork for travel, immigration, and migration. A selection of passports and immigration documents from my own archive, as well as from friends and family, are digitally redacted and recontextualized into large-scale landscapes, abstractions, and concrete poetry. Through reinterpretation of the pre-existing iconographies and symbols, On Paper
subverts layers of meaning embedded within the bureaucracy of place and identity.
installation views, 2016