FOLDING SCREENS, 2016
Folding Screens exists within the nexus of physical and digital representations.
This series is a result of working physically within a 5m2 space paired with the vaster scape
of digital possibility. The domestic scene is expanded, as an apex of the digital/physical
divide, into a near palpable scene that is nonsensical and playful. The push and pull of the
correspondence between what is fiction and what is real is reflected in the process: each piece
begins as physical form that is staged and lit, its representation is then digitally altered and
then printed, thus made physical once more. This new physicality offers a visually
ambivalent field of concrete and abstract forms.