~ This is an “elemental research” category page. It outlines interests around a specific topic. The links at the bottom lead to mostly photographic documentation of experiments and projects that touch on the topic.


Elemental —Mineral —> Concrete

A term is concrete if it possesses a referent in the external physical
world, i.e. if it refers to a reality that can be perceived by the five senses.
Concrete terms make up what is known as the figurative level of
meaning. They are contrasted with abstract, conceptual terms to be
found on the deep level. Concrete terms can have a wealth of meanings depending on the context in which they are used, in other words they have a high semic density. Abstract terms, on the other hand, are much simpler and have low semic density. The term ‘car’, for instance, in addition to the concrete object may also signify ‘speed’, ‘freedom’ or ‘prestige’ etc., whereas the abstract concepts ‘freedom’ or ‘prestige’ are restricted in their meanings.

Dictionary of Semiotics, Bronwen MartinFelizitas Ringham
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2000

Research and Projects associated with Cyanotype:

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Ways & Means
Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles 2012
Harry and Pete
Collaboration with Todd Bourret D.U.M.B.O Art Space, Brooklyn, NY 2011
The Illusion of Plans
Dorsch Gallery, Miami 2010