Parallel Vision

Reminiscent of a Piet Mondrian and Tony Smith crossover, with the photographer's own elements as visual trajectories. The subjects, despite their abstracted properties, elude ambiguity with the aide of lined up verticals amidst black, grey and white blocks, suggesting an ethereal landscape of sorts.

One can attest to the artworks' perspective as facet of landscape then, with diminishing lines and vanishing points. However, with its the artist attesting to emphasize the most fundamental of shapes and colors, compliments the way he perceives the value of geometric foundations. This series seemingly calls to a homage of the purity of primal entities, a testament to the artist's progression--from emotional representations (minimalist photographs) to subtle derivatives (abstract landscapes).

This series examines a retrospective paradox in a way that it grows by looking at the most basic elements in its aesthetic