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Psychological Topographies

By Amy DeSitter

My most recent work maps the spirit of psychological topography in the form of abstract landscapes rendered in varying washes of inks over microscope imagery, creating lush textures. I am utilize an intuitive process that alternates between digital and analog as a method of examining my relationships with self and the spaces I occupy. I document microscopic features of my body and my surroundings through a microscopic attachment of my iPhone. After altering the photographs in Photoshop, I print the compositions onto Yupo and begin to manipulate them using alcohol and ink. This results in abstract visual metaphors that resemble aerial landscapes or topographical images. I use this process as a way to both explore and complicate my relationship to and understanding of my surroundings.          

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