The result is a series of works (executed in archival pigment on canvas) interlaced with geometric patterns, at turns eerie and psychedelic, that seem to manipulate and disturb otherwise placid scenes from the natural world. While recalling the artist’s works from the ’80s, and retaining surrealist elements, these works reflect the sleek, contemporary aesthetics of the digital age. With the use of digital media, he infuses a sense of panic into the landscapes and natural scenes here: a reflective surface and a wave of water seem to be bended or distorted in Seascape for W (2014) and Creamy (2014). A Zen-like landscape takes on a flat, metallic feel in Sunset (2014). Gravity itself is upended in works like Forgotten Title (2015) and Upside Down Trees (2015).