"With this work I am exploring terror, rather than horror. The distinction was first characterized by the Gothic writer Ann Radcliffe. Terror is characterized by "obscurity" or indeterminacy in its treatment of potentially horrible events; it is this indeterminacy which leads to the sublime. She says in her essay that it "expands the soul and awakens the faculties to a high degree of life"."
Monotype prints by Grady Gordon made by removing black ink from plexiglass.
"Unlike other forms of printmaking the monotype offers only one copy. The original image on the plate is then given back to the ether, back into the fabric"
'Content is Queen' is a generative video portrait by Sergio Albiac. It uses segments from the most popular videos on the internet to create a constantly changing yet static image of the Queen.