From the press release: "Greenbaum uses a range of digital and sculptural processes to excavate and reframe the built environment. In some of his works the artist has printed photographs onto both sides of transparent panels, resulting in a dense layering of figure and ground. The final work is embossed with a low relief impression of ceiling tiles - topographical surfaces similarly used to mask the internal wiring and pipe work in many buildings."
"Greenbaum also expands series of low-relief 3D powder prints, increasing their scale and incorporating them within an architectural installation of vinyl wrapped wooden studs. The prints begin with dimensional scans of building materials like insulating foam, wood and ceiling tiles - often the same items used as molds in his vacuum forms. The scans are then wrapped or engraved with architectural imagery or logos recreated from building supply brands. "
The press release also tells: "The artist's newest series of photographs on carved Corian are pulled from his archive of cell phone photos. Using 3D modeling programs, Greenbaum converts the images into dimensional surfaces that are then chiseled into sheets of Corian using a computer controlled router. The same photograph that generated the relief is then transferred onto the surface using a flatbed printer. "
I think the result of these complicated process look appealing.