Statement

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Landscape is a construct, a curious amalgam of what we believe to be fact (collective and individual memory) and our imagination. These constructs (or narratives) are created during the negotiation between fact and the imagination. Within this active deployment of narrative, connotation is ever changing, shifting and displaced. Narrative is made and remade constantly, and along with it, identity is inexplicably tethered.

 

My work is a meditation on place, history, myth, ritual and the narrative function of photography as a tool for the shaping of conceptions around landscape. 

 

 

Finding my way deeper into abstraction because the closer I begin to investigate landscape and association the more it becomes blurry.