Off center : moments of collision
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There is something in the way the light breaks through clouds still dark with remnants of a storm. There is something in the way the wind moves through the trees. Bright light peeks through backlit cracks in a closed door, a moment missed if residing on the other side. What does it mean to try and look beyond something that blocks our sight? Our proximity dictates our viewing experience: it guides our perception, we shift in response. I am a permeable sieve that is trying to understand the nature of its vessel. My work does not include any images of the human form, yet it is entirely about navigating the world as a curious human being. I map the fluctuation between perceptual and psychological dips and crests along the way. The images I ingest reflect these reactions. On Earth, our mark is everywhere. I am constantly searching for connections that exist between external things nearby, or something much more distant. To reach out for something is to long to bring it closer to you, but you will never know how far you need to travel if you cannot see clearly. I want to understand the structure of space by confronting its absence as I work my way through dimensions.