"I imagine the scrapings of black and of white to be the same. A kind of grey."
Greyscrapes (LM) is a work of art in the age of the digital press. A deviant chapter of a (photo) graphic thesis which reflects an accumulated education as a Master's student in the Joint Programme in Communication and Culture at Ryerson and York University in Toronto, Canada.
Greyscrapes (LM) responds to courses such as: Experimental Media, Contemporary Theory in the Visual Arts, Photographic Practice, Narrative Theory, Cultural and Communication studies, Theoretical Perspectives in Media and Culture, and Visual Culture.
An experimental (photo) graphic novella, this urban-noir visually negotiates the subject-object tension of social realities through the collage/montage of a hyperreal perspectivist's memories of self, time, and space(s). As a conceptual piece, the book challenges institutionalized 'artworld' ritual by suggesting a mass medium (book) might be the future's first and final exhibition space.