“Ghosting” uses landscape as metaphor; the title plays with the duality of the word’s definitions. In contemporary usage it describes the ending of a relationship without explanation, often through text or social media; it's older definition describes the appearance of a ghost or secondary image on a television or display screen. I play with both meanings to create ambiguous, ephemeral images that suggest the wandering disunity created by digital communication. Airbrushed paint on paper, 2019.

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