My work explores the perception of space by creating installations that draw the viewer into subtly illogical situations. My goal is to throw the viewer slightly off balance: optically, physically and psychologically. By doing so, I create a situation where subliminal assumptions about space can surface and be examined.
In a range of media, my work explores ways of shifting one’s experience of a room. To this end I have made video installations, architectural chalkline drawings, video projections and architectural interventions. The discrepancy between the inherently two dimensional nature of video and the three dimensional nature of architecture are of particular interest to me. Video has the ability to transport us out of a space while the goal of architectural design makes us be fully present in a particular space. With the current re-emergence of 3-D film and the continued integration of media into architecture, these concerns seem especially topical.