The way light reacts with objects, passing through and around them, is endlessly interesting. An unfocused light lazily wraps around the edges of objects while beams from a focused source forge monochrome dichotomies simply by existing. Yet these are two faces of the same creature, and you can only tame such a wily beast so much; there will always be an element of happenstance and frustrating surprise.
I enjoy experimenting with light, using it as a subject, a color, a medium, and I’ve found the practice of projecting light through cut paper very satisfying. The result is always only an approximation of what I was expecting. The pieces here are examples of this experimentation; more will be added as they are completed.