His latest work further incorporates the notion of "mistake" by taking a digital image and then altering or damaging the code in some way. Rogers then takes the imperfect result and creates a new work on top of it.
The series is titled "Deciphering Imperfections," and Rogers said the style underscores his own relationship with dyslexia.
"I like to break language and form apart and then reassemble them," he said. "I've got this thing that's a disability, but it helps shape how I approach and think about the world."
If You Go What "Dyslexia as a Catalyst," artist talk by David Rogers When 7-8 p.m. today Where 410 Project art gallery, 523 S. Front St. Cost Free and open to the public