Interview: Orange Alert
In my work, the representational image is often "deconstructed" or "destroyed" by removing large portions of the image using razor blades, paint scrappers, electric belt sanders, and various other tools. Or the image may be covered with drips, splatters, geometric shapes, patterns, typography, dry brush marks, or milky washes of color. This process may be repeated multiple times. A continuous cycle of construction and deconstruction, or addition and subtraction. I often refer to this process as the "destruction method."