Nikolas Soren Goodich: In my series of large archival pigment prints “Anamnesis and Aporia” which I made for a solo show that I had in Los Angeles at Gallery 169, I took a selection of very small works on paper out of hundreds that I had made from 2011 to 2013 and scanned them at a very high resolution. I then printed them very large on glossy archival paper - 47” x 60”. These are one of a kind prints which are originals and are not multiples. Due to the extremely high resolution scans these prints reveal an incredible amount of detail that would normally be nearly invisible. These details include subtle aspects of texture, luminosity of the media and highly contrasting hues and values of color. Because I used a wide variety of mixed media in the original works on paper - crayon, acrylic, sharpie, charcoal, collage, metallic paints, etc etc, the series of large scale prints reveal unique and constantly shifting formal elements.