“A complex collection of nothing” is how David Brandon Geeting describes his publication Infinite Power — a selection from the last three years of his photographic practice. Perhaps that should be “a complex collection of everything”, as everything is what the Brooklyn artist seems to have encountered over the period. Everything from the inner workings of elderly machines to collapsed Venetian blinds, the fixings of a tweaker to a handful of marbles in… god knows what. Some sort of peanut butter, I hope.
Geeting aestheticises the world — a world full of often seemingly banal objects, which are brought together in layers of texture, colour and pattern. Nothing is too unworthy to grab his interest, and Infinite Power features 97 colour images which prove that in the right hands the mundane can become a whole lot more. Geeting has included private practice as well as commissioned work in this collection; a limited edition of 500 copies of which are available from Brooklyn indie publishers Pau Wau.