A "projection negation" installation in which digitally projected color and painted color are optically blended to negate each other. The viewer's body, when obstructing the projector, reveals the painting underneath in its shadow, integrating the self into the work. This series is a performance of apophasis, or "negative theology," in which the work is simultaneously concealed and revealed.
The design references the architecture of the venue in which it was installed as part of a solo exhibition at Warren County Community College in NJ. The gallery space is geometrically abstracted, referencing traditional mandala imagery inflected with a postmodern asymmetry.