In 1981, out of curiosity, I bought an Apple IIe desktop computer. There was no mouse. There were no menus.
We felt like Marco Polo's of the mind, bringing back new intellectual spices with each trip.
The first challenge was to recreate the familiar art world of painting, drawing and photography in a binary form.
Beginning in 1992, however, I became convinced that digital imaging needed a new vocabulary, a new iconography to reflect the radically new vision of the world offered by the computer.
These images reflect that ongoing quest.