PERCEPTION, INVENTION, IMAGINATION. 2014

Looking at the experience of built space as being a fusion of perception, invention and imagination, the work investigates the subconscious experience of space and where it merges with its physical reality. The disruptions in perception allow the possibility for the mind to invent what we see.
 
I construct spatial relationships that contain particular sensory cues such as references to human scale and suggestion of functionality in order to trigger expectations of the built environment. Playing with tensions between interior and exterior, flat and form, the recognisable and the ambiguous, the work is an attempt to create an experience of discovery that shifts the viewer between a physical perception and an imagined experience of spatial interactions.

Breathing space -  2014 Paper, Ink, Wood 20 x 20 x 20
(Photograph James Field, courtesy of Adelaide Central School of Art)
interior/exterior view 1 - 2014 Paper, Card, Ink 55 x 75
(Photograph James Field, courtesy of Adelaide Central School of Art)
Finding form from a single plane 1 - 2014 Paper, Ink, Balsa wood 36 x 20 x 13
(Photograph James Field, courtesy of Adelaide Central School of Art)
Classically confused - 2014 Charcoal and Gesso on Paper 200 X 150
Classically contained - 2014 Paper, Balsa Wood, Wire Mesh, Found Object, Glass shelf, Steel Rods, Spray Paint 160 x 40 x 40
Classically contained (DETAIL) - 2014 Paper, Balsa Wood, Wire Mesh, Found Object, Glass shelf, Steel Rods, Spray Paint 160 x 40 x 40
Vacant industry - 2014 Charcoal, Gesso, Acrylic paint on Paper 200 X 150
Dwelling(DETAIL) 2014 Balsa Wood, Found Object, Glass shelf, Steel rods 160 x 40 x 40
Photograph James Field, courtesy of Adelaide Central School of Art
interior/exterior view 2 -  2014 Paper, Card, Ink 78 x 60
Photograph James Field, courtesy of Adelaide Central School of Art
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