My work involves tracing an elliptical trajectory of perception based on relations of images. I work with collection and mediation strategies involving the everyday "refuse" (non-functional, peripheral) of visual experience. This work takes the form of books, prints and videos. Far from discrete, an image is a matrix of being and function whose visible structure perpetually freezes, melts, and re-freezes. This dynamic makes an image the ultimate readymade. Enabled by time, an image is one moment this, the next, that. Our memories are readymades of the mind. In Echo, drawing a circle around 2-3 images generates sequences which form a book and place the source images in a temporal context. Prints, comprised of image assemblages, are sampled from the experience of navigating the book. Video re-samples the source images.