combine images of ancient rock art with patterns which map the solutions to modern mathematical equations. The ancient images, materializing from the past, seem to float through time toward the modern viewer.
There is a bittersweet feeling that comes from encountering petroglyphs, from seeing the images so real, so rock solid in front of you, so immediate and just like they were made yesterday, but yet realizing that you will never know any more about the person who made them than is revealed in the pictures themselves. We look in vain for some inscription to work out, some notation to unscramble, some hieroglyphic to decipher that will interpret for us what the makers thoughts and intentions were. If we remain frustrated it is not because the images are too obscure to interpret, but because they were never meant to be verbal communications. Nevertheless, petroglyphs are our opportunity to connect with those people of long ago who, having no technology, left us art.