Throwing Stones in a Glass House


Using both contemporary and antiquated photographic processes, such as cyanotypes and digital manipulation, this series examines the lingering ghost of Modernism that haunts America’s urban landscape. Throwing Stones In a Glass House presents a new body of work that focuses on still-life, abstractions, and found imagery that reference the contentious personal relationship between Modernist architects Mies van der rohe and Philip Johnson as well as their enduring influence on contemporary architecture and design. Reflecting on both the private lives and public influence of the two architects, this series combines seemingly disparate subject matter to present a fluid interpretation of history.