A series of letterpress prints commemorating vintage defunct satellites, including: Prospero X-3, Snap 10A, Vanguard 1, Syncom 2, Pioneer 4, Luna 1, Explorer 11, and Transit 4A. These satellites remain in orbit today.
Space Codex Facimilie, 2007. 10.5 x 13 inches, open, letterpress printed from both sides of handset metal type on both sides of paper. The folded print contains a reproduction of all of the text included in the 1977 Voyager interstellar mission message.
One thousand orbits, projection #1, and #2, 2007. 16 in x 21.75 in., archival inkjet print, debossing. Edition of 10. Prints visualizing debris in space, using information and data from NASA as resources. Each line light grey line indicates a probable orbit around the earth, flattened to the page using a map projection, which is debossed into the image.
Backsides of Type is a series of prints, where texts were selected for their distinctive cultural, legal, or linguistic structures are typeset, and then flipped over and used as printing plates.
A Block of Alleys, 2005. 6 x 9.5 x 2 in. Etching and letterpress printed, edition of 10. A Block of Alleys is an accordion-style book which depicts all of the alleys in one block in Queens, New York. The buildings on each side of the alley are facing one another, so the city block is paged through, alley by alley, as the book is viewed.
Roof prints is a series of intaglio prints of rooftops as seen from the elevated trains in Queens, New York, The roofs are presented isolated from the building below, through etching methods that use pressure and natural slippage of the press to emphasize the drifting, uprooted quality of the roofs.