Ethan Greenbaum interrogates the familiar spaces and surfaces of the urban environment, seeking connections between how things are made and remade as images. He frequently depicts things like windows, walls, doors and signage. These openings, dead ends and reflective spaces are sculptural, rich in illusion and also seem to be models of an emotional inner world. For “Cardboard Landscapes”, Ethan is presenting a new group of low relief sculptural photographs along with a vinyl recreation of a construction fence in the gallery’s street facing window. The photos are made with digital tools like large format printing, 3d modeling and cnc carving. The pictures are built on surfaces like wood and plastic that both literalize and support imagery.