2016, laser print
A series of prints investigating the proliferation of digital networks into peripheral and mundane physical spaces. UV mapping is the common process of wrapping virtual 3d forms with 2d textures. A bench form is "badly" remapped with a procedural noise function. Dramatic variations in frequencies are generated by the resulting distortions and result in a digital wood grain. Additionally, the laser toner cartridge, nearing its end of life, renders variations in tone adding almost a ghost-like layer of depth.