DAiR Columbia College Chicago
The works are resultant of studio experiments during a recent summer residency, these results are then culled to construct site specific installations. Photographic installations map intersections; relationships of images to each other, to the space they inhabit and to the space of seeing. My practice embraces interactivity, constructing experiences reflective of our own perceptions of light, limitations of knowing, and the potential of emptiness. Works enlist undulating magnitudes of scale and time, contracting inward and then folding out away from itself – much like the folding of a map. Scale is suggested. It collapses. Light becomes pigment and then light again, transforming passive gaze to visceral experience.