The Analogue series explores the tension between the intangible illusion and the material basis of the painted image. The series isolates and exploits the layer of paint that rests just above the surface of the support, removes it, and recontextualizes it. This layer of paint, whether it contains an image, or is a singular body of color, becomes an object in its own right. Pieces of paint that contain representations of paint are equivocated with pieces of paint whose colors have been generated by their analogous representation. They rise from the picture plane and span the wall and the floor, an unstable co-substantiation.