The SCANDOM project involves the scanning and collation of random surfaces and and textures. Using a portable office document scanner each scanned capture is digitally recorded, documented, and updated daily. Images are archived at 30cm x30cm, with each book volume consisting of 100 days of scanned images. (This is the 2nd Volume) The collated body of work exists as an infinitely expanding archive of objects, surfaces, and textures that surround and confine us.
My work examines our ever-changing relationship with nature, and investigates the consequences of human activity upon our surroundings. My projects explore and define the traces of mans economic, social, and political interaction within the fabric of the natural landscape. I am passionate about recording and documenting changing environments, with images invariably encoded with the symbols of human intervention.
SCANDOM 1001-1100 Published December 29, 2014
SCANDOM 901-1000 Published August 07, 2014
SCANDOM 801-900 Published February 17, 2014
SCANDOM 701-800 Published October 21, 2013
SCANDOM 601-700 Published August 04, 2013
SCANDOM 501-600 Published April 06, 2013
SCANDOM 401-500 Published January 06, 2013
SCANDOM 301-400 Published September 05, 2012