MAMA_I CAUGHT THE HORIZON
I sometimes refer to my work as boarder line performance. I rely on the act of journeying through the non place to discover an interstitial space; a place between the real and the non. My journeys help me to understand and discover the correlation between time and the horizon - two parallel themes that constitute my practice.
Despite the complexity of these two themes, I empathise with human’s limitations in processing them. Although we have the intellectual capacity to understand, when things become too overwhelming, our perceptive capacity is impaired therefore it is easier to keep things simple.
IN SEARCH OF PLACE
We live in a non place.
A place that has been turned into nothing by humans and modern society.
But I believe in in-between space.
The discoveries I make though journeying through the interstitial are recorded through photography. I consider these photographs the final outcomes of my personal performance through space.
Each photograph holds a simple composition, and each one is displayed in a simple installation. Everything that surrounds the installation is nothing. Complimenting human’s simple mind and their creation of the non place.
EXTENSION OF THE TEMPORAL FRAME
The past, the present and the future are themes that inform this body of work. I examine the nostalgic process of analogue photography by creating a hybrid process of digitally manipulated darkroom prints to create moving stills - challenging the still notion of time within the photograph. When displaying my ideas, I argue the conventions of framing visuals by presenting my work in irregular framing sizes and formats.