This series makes use of projection photography---a technique that originated in the 1960s with the work of John French, in which photographic images were projected onto a model. In this series, images of abstract paintings are projected onto the model, Maya, using a mini-beamer.
This series combines images from three painters: Joseph Fernand Henri Léger, Joan Miró and Jackson Pollock. Other than the fact that they are all abstract artists, the only common thread between them is that they made colorful works that were filled with movement and expression. It is the other-worldliness of their colorful creations that is the focus of this series.