Memory and the memory of space is examined in this series of works, Memorium.  The works are created in a computer without external imagery as a source image; they may be said to be drawn or painted.  Each piece represents a house or space in which the artist lived and worked. 
Walls and arrangements of rooms are constructed by memory and placed in a color field.  Colors propose emotional space.  In some cases, lines are phantom-like in their presence becoming visible at only certain angles.  The shapes of the houses and space are created from memory; therefore their relationships are based on perceptions and impressions from experience rather than measurement.  Within these images is a desire to remember and simultaneously forget what has happened there.

Memorium  2002 - present

Lewis deSoto