Corners 2009-12

This work from my thesis exhibition, Reverie Refracted, at Meyerhoff Gallery at Maryland Institute College of Art examines how various cultures have historically depicted illumination--physical, intellectual, and spiritual illumination. 2-channel corner projections transcribe pictorial space into three-dimensions through green-screen animation, drawing, and performance.

Lone figures journey through imaginary spaces that evoke contradictions across culture and time. Curious about how the act of seeing today is transformed by technology, my work aims to slow viewers down in order to discover new space in our seeing, reflect on their own visual consumption, possibly reinterpret iconic works of art, and enjoy new found space in their seeing.