This is a generational series of paintings, each referencing the painting that was made before it. My work addresses the inevitable erosion of image through technological
reproduction, and its influence on our understanding of the tradition of
painting throughout art history. This series spawned from images of Bridget Riley paintings found on
the Internet, printed with an inexpensive printer that had an insufficient ink supply. I used the degraded interpretations from my printer as a starting point.
There is repetition of an earlier idea within each work as well as a reference to the reoccurrence of geometric abstraction as a genre from Malevich to Stella to Bridget Riley and Peter Halley. This exploration has brought me to realize the more something is repeated, the more it changes. That ultimately, repetition is variation.