Grey Area

August 2002

Supported by The Greenwall Foundation

We are defined by what we desire, and how we get what we want and how happy we are with what we have. Grey Area is a self-portrait based on the artist’s levels of wanting, getting and having… recorded over a sample period, with the collected data determining the outcome of the final image. Does rasterizing the psyche make the individual appear more discrete, or more generic?

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