© David Romo 2017

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Three Black Chairs (2016)
 
By stripping away functionalist notions and using mark-making as medium to assume private ownership, as a symbol of human thought, the chair lives in the three stages of the psyche; the super-ego saturated with light, objective the ego  and the vacant ID. 
the work questions the ability to  identity in three stages of ego self recognition; the saturated, the objective and the vacant. As a symbol of thought contemplation, the chair 
 
Photography can either exist in the ephemeral  as memory in the frontal cortex of a human or to the machine. It is a vision, and its medium takes form in the realm of the digital. As the vision is printed it become sculpture, a three dimensional plane. By using digital photography  
 

© David Romo 2017