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Over the last decade, much of my work has focused on time-based compositions in an investigation of alternative narratives created solely by the deliberate manipulation of otherwise extraneous content. In this series, “Dysmorphia,” I further explore those possibilities, while representing the moving image in a purely two-dimensional form. The resulting work, comprised of a ten-panel wall-mounted installation approximately 480cm across, seeks to challenge the viewers’ sense of beauty and artificiality. This work was first shown in a 2018 solo exhibition, at CICA Museum in South Korea.