I aim, in my work, to lead viewers to question the relationships between color, volume, and time while exploring the possibilities of registration. Growing up as a digital native, I have perpetually been fascinated with the processes, the artifacts, and the peculiarities of analog mediums and how I can integrate them with modern technologies. In an increasingly software-driven art and design scene where CAD, dye sublimation, and Photoshop have all but replaced clay molds and cardboard prototypes, the hand methods of print media, and photographic forethought, I am on a lifelong search for the bygone techniques of artisans to approach modern artistic problems from an otherwise overlooked perspective.

  Jasper Dudley (b. 1995, New York) is a practicing artist, designer, photographer, and printmaker. He is a BFA graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County.