This work employs the ground as an available substrate. Historically, the aerial perspective is one used in cartography, urban planning and most recently, covert military operations. Prior to this moment, past creatives have tied cameras to balloons, kites, or rented helicopters to obtain this vantage point. I'm interested in the drone as a studio tool, intersecting current technology and the acts of painting, drawing, sculpture and performance.
2020 - ongoing