Photo Sculptures, 2006-2010
Photo Sculptures explores the shifting relationship between photography and sculpture, whereby ordinary objects are stripped of their traditional function and perceived differently. I’m interested in altering our perception of reality and being able to assign a new function to these mundane and ordinary objects in order to transform them into something else entirely. The temporary sculptures become permanent only though the images, and thus the relationship between object, image and sculpture is at play.
The images address the relationship between permanence and temporality, the entropic and the constructive, and between photography and sculpture.