In the print installation Trip/Hip, two images created by photographic inkjet transfer are paired. Each set includes photograph taken on a long car drive, and a microscopic photograph of the interior of damaged hip. A formal presentation suggest a desire for control yet portions of the image “bleed” out of the frames indicating a process where there is none. The ocular, repetitive shape of the prints allows us to “see” how motion and time can share an uncomfortable relationship with the eventual disintegration of our bodies.

Trip/Hip, mixed media, 20 ft. x 3 ft., 2004