The images found here are the "result of digitally averaging every Playboy centerfold foldout for the 10 years beginning Jan. 1988 through Dec. 1997. The shroud-like image is yielded by a simple, custom process: point-by-point mathematical averaging. No special 'morphing' is used."
In others, we can see the ghostly mean presented from the entire graduating class of a high school from 1967 and 1988, and these video installations, The Late Night Triad, echoing the commonalities and found between late-night talk shows (as pictured above):
In this installation, from a broader series begun in 1997, 64 nights' worth of the major U.S. late night talk shows have been aligned and averaged using basic transformations. The result is a triptych of video projections with soundtrack, presenting an amalgamation of monologues which reveals the ghosts of repetitious structure and nightly activity.
The eye can't discern individual elements, there is no single person in his images, but we see the shapes and semblance of them. Certain predominant characters come about. And in contrast to the three presented in the late-night piece, when taking all the Playmates of an entire decade (120, give or take any specials they put out). Abstracting persons en masse like that takes away that human resemblance and leaves us with a shrouded piece of art which may in fact derive an emotional or more occult/intuitive sense from the viewer. I like pieces dictated by information statistics such as these. They remove the artist from the art and we're left with a message from an inhuman source, as interpreted by the viwer.