Landscape Reimagined

The aim of my artwork is to create a dialog with scientific theories and research about sight and visual perception through the means of photography. Through my most recent work, I am exploring ideas of perception, and vision, I use a lens-less photographic technique, to break photography down to its simplest form – the capture of light. The resulting images are an examination of the world as ambiguous shapes, and colors and thus lack discernible linear and geometric elements normally present in nature. These linear and geometric patterns typically help the mind to focus and identify familiar objects; their absence in this work creates a seemingly nebulous image until I reintroduce form through sculpture. Once these sculptural elements have been re-applied, the familiar identifiers and boundaries are re-established and landscapes are re-imagined.