My work focuses on the narrative of negative space and the complex impact of a missing object on the structure that remains. Object and projection are temporal, each dramatically altered by their environment and rate of deterioration.
Shapes and bodies were digitally extracted from enlarged sections of photography taken during each projected installation. These designs, originally transferred into drawings have since been realised as sculptures constructed of polyurethane, resin, stone, and plaster.
Recent pieces have been figurative and partially autobiographical, intending to depict a momentary state of physical presence within a projected environment.