"Fifteen years ago I started taking photographs of the pond near our home,
while standing in the same place every day — an activity that I have since
applied to other locations as well. Along with these day-to-day photos, I
began taking rapid sequence photographs as I moved through various
landscapes, such as the route of the Toronto Subway and the Gardiner
Expressway in Toronto. I then used each photo collection to create a
composite image made up of individual multi-layered transparencies. The end
result is always a slow surprise, evoking a dreamlike memory and the spirit
of each unique location.
This most recent series has a common theme of Generative Art. This work is
photo based from hundreds to thousands of photographs taken daily from the
same location or moving through space that are algorithmically processed to
create an average. Like much of my work it deals with objective decision
making processes." -- Art Lucs
One of Toronto's original artist-run galleries. Since 1996.