With the Invisible Hieroglyphics artwork we lifted fingerprints from the screens of iPads and creatively recast them with colors, giving testimony of our human touch. The traces left from our fingerprints on the screens of our devices are rich with story.
During the creation of this series of work, there was a dominant force of black males in popular culture. It was a moment in time, where the black man had larger than life status and could fit within the frame of pop art.
Years ago my wife and I talked about one day having a “Factory" like Andy Warhol. A space where creativity could flow, where we could experiment with ideas freely and collaboration was easy.