UNFOLDING MEMORY. 2015

 

This body of work is an exploration of the experience of built space. Looking at this experience as being a fusion of perception, invention and imagination. The disruptions in perception provide the possibility for the mind to invent what we see. The techniques employed allow for a shift between the illusionary qualities of space depicted on a flat surface and surface morphing into a physical presence in real space. Using paper folding techniques combined with drawing and printmaking, I aim to create works that will fuse together an experience of perception, invention and imagination in the viewer.

Been here before 1 - 2015 Paper, acrylic paint, ink 30 X 40
Been here before 2 - 2015 Paper, acrylic paint, ink 30 X 40
The French quarter - 2015 Paper, acrylic paint, ink 22 X 30
Been here before 3 - 2015 Paper, acrylic paint, ink 30 X 40
Its not how I remember it - 2015 Paper, acrylic paint, ink, balsa wood 30 X 40 X 18
Memories of home - 2014 Paper, acrylic paint, ink, balsa wood 30 X 40 X 22
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