My practice considers social and geopolitical situations guided by the question: how do light and perception create meaning? As a visual artist, I source historical images and techniques from photography, physics, and navigation. By placing these objects and representations within the gallery space, I aim to investigate the viewer’s relationship with vision, surveillance, and the science of optics. The resulting prints, sculptures, and installations offer a chance to interrogate the history of communication, the ambiguity of images, and mythologies of sight and perception.

 

 

 

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January 2019