As technologies evolve, so do we. Our experience of space and time is being shaped in new ways as our digital habits leak into our everyday life. We can’t help but think, act and see the world, through a mediated perspective.
Through my sculptures I attempt to uncover the boundaries where the physical realm meets the digital. The line that once separated the two is becoming harder to see as we incorporate technology deeper into our daily lives.
What happens when the human body becomes the interface between these parallel realities?
My work has always been born from a place of curiosity. It demands an explorative direction that is unhindered by conventional perception. My installations question what it means to live in a world where our digital lives are seamlessly interwoven into our everyday realities. Often with simple materials such as fabric, string, paper and light I work to uncover the engaging qualities embedded in the digital and not so digital objects that commonly surround us.