Subway (Photographs of Projections), 2010, digital print, 14” x 21”
|Process has been a key element in my work for as long as I can remember. The journey from inception to final product is very important to me. My aim is to show physical remnants of the journey taken place within the finished work. I look to let the medium change and morph the original idea. This change allows me to have a deeper understanding of the meaning and reasoning informing my work. I feel this process is a voyage that my work and I must embark upon together in order to fully explore my concept.|
I am also interested in creating work that represents individuals through found objects such as shopping lists. These lists give us a brief look into a person’s life. They are anonymous and subconscious in nature, but each is strikingly unique. There are individualistic characteristics within each list that simply cannot be copied.
My work is in transition between creating a series of personal fiction narratives and abstracting my own documented reality. I am interested in stripping down images of real life and pushing them towards an ambiguous unknown. The majority of my work consists of memories of a former reality. This gives the viewer a sense of dream, where things are clearly not as they seem.