Semblant Geometries

 Where do math and metaphor meet? The process of using one thing in place of another (mathematically expressed as x = y) is the application of metaphor, a powerful associative tool that can unite otherwise unrelated elements. In juxtaposing folk tales and planar geometry, I’m pushing these disparate elements to interact: the geometry becomes a metaphor for, and thus illustrative of, the text.

Semblant Geometries is funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council. Special thanks to Wood & Faulk for producing and collaboratively designing the folio covers.

This project exhibited at: 

Back Room @ Blackfish Gallery
September 29 – October 31, 2015

PNCA's Photo & Print Gallery
October 17 – November 15, 2014