The Flat City Project
interrogates the distinction between painting and photography, questioning how we perceive space by compressing images until the space within them becomes flat. This compression is also symbolic of the compression of time that often takes places in cities as layers of history and construction come together and are piled on top of each other. The series also investigates color and the individual characters of cities. Although the is a formal consistency among the images included, one can generally distinguish where each image is taken through subtle variations in color palette.