Man at Computer (drawings)
Marker on cut packing tape that is either adhered to paper or a wall
The Man at Computer drawings are made using black marker on brown packing tape that is later cut to create image highlights by revealing the paper or wall beneath it. The drawings document the physical relationship of a man alone at night in the glow of his computer, alluding both to sexual exploration and erotic alienation. The series investigates our growing intimacy with technology by bringing a private, common scene into the public realm.