“Centotrypt Adversus Haereses” is engineered to partially answer a deceptively simple question: How might a science fictional work be effectively inoculated against political appropriation? The work incorporates attributes of early Christian visual art and poetic forms, sampled text fragments, and traditional printmaking techniques to generate a conceptual speculative work that can pass as art rather than junk culture.
Centotrypt Adversus Haereses, 2015
7.5”x10” (each panel)
Triptych relief print on paper