These photographs have been taken at the Ian Potters Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria.
My body of work explores how visual perception operates on many planes. We can always see more, not necessarily through, but in conjunction with what we can create.
The idea of these series is mixing and matching existing spaces within a singular building to create new unique spaces.
I use a camera like a pencil to create new inhabitable environments.
The new spaces created have the potential of existing if the architect had intending on doing so, or possibly even exist in a four-dimensional space, although cannot be perceived by the human eye.
With the series “Creating spaces”, I aim to share my exploration of mixing and matching existing photographs to create new spaces with each photograph’s rotation and combination.