I first started working with Kenneth while he spent some time in LA, but I quickly realized that his work had global appeal. He finds the unconventional in negative space. The mystery in superimposition. The drama in lines.

This collection functions as Kenneth’s travelogue, which is to say it is his life, captured through the lens of a wandering soul. And as with all wanderers, he encounters the traditional and the sublime, the familiar and the unexpected. Dualities like these tend to obscure a coherent style, but in Kenneth’s case his style is a duality. His perspectives reveal the yin and the yang, the functional and the ideal, life and death.

Duality, I feel, is what his growing audiences will enjoy the most. For the world is no longer simple, and its audiences not only know it, but now see it.

— Words by Adam Cohen