Society Digitized 8x10'' photo-lithographs on archival paper 17x21'' matted and hand-framed in birch plywood Hand Printed
Artists proofs available Supplemental 4x6'', 5x7'', 6x6'', and 7x7'' proofs available
These images depict the recent infiltration of technological infrastructure across Pittsburgh's landscape. These antenna systems, known as base stations or cell sites, include both receivers and transmitters, blanketing the area with a wireless telecommunication grid. To me, these images are of Orwellian obelisks, information gatekeepers, vessels of immense power and knowledge in the 21st century.