I’m Not In Love/I’m Always In Love
Photolithographs, 30x40 in, 2016.
I’m Not In Love/I’m Always In Love continues to explore themes about physical attraction and sexual desires. These photolithographs give visibility to the scientific nature of love. They explore the imagery of secreted hormones and seeks to transmit embodied cognition through its installation. The process to create the imagery- hand drawing, computer manipulation, the transfer to the screen and then the printing reflects a painstaking manual and digital artistic processes that references contemporary psychological and social terms of love and communication.