Imaginal Expression Print Series
In the early 1990's, I completed an installation that consisted of three-dimensional images of protein molecules. This installation implicated the body in a complex interplay between representations of embodiment and assumptions underlying visualization technology. The molecules were wrapped with scanned imagery that referenced the living body—flesh, hair, blood vessels, bruising, and scarring. Details from the wrapped three-dimensional molecules were then rendered from the custom software program to create the Imaginal Expression Series of 8 giclee prints.