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Layered images of what remains of our imprint—upon ourselves, other species, upon the land, throughout time—both geological and most recent, like a stratographic record they tell a story. Whether it be in the ruins of our once grand architectures, or echoes of our written words, in our delight in our ability to fly, or the current stresses we burden those we depend on (our essential bees, our water)—these images seen together reflect upon our reliance upon each other, and the effects of our causes. They relate the impermanence of physical form and the constancy of the nature within these forms. Our journeys, our memories, our marks, our choices bounded together and continuously unscrolling before us.

These Scrolls are comprised of photographs and details of paintings I have been making for the past 20 years.