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Dream is an allegorical tale, a sort of roman à clef about displacement and my faith in the orthodoxy of visual image. The visible constitutes a poetic language evocative of mystery, affording the thematic iconography to maintain its presence in the apparent opposition between reality and illusion.

In my ongoing traversal between analog and digital realms, Dream is a body of work seeking to stretch the boundaries of print media via translation, multiplicity, and seriality. This expanded process of visualization is where the new context emerges.