I have always had trouble with the line between fiction and reality: I don’t watch a movie, I live it, as those sitting near me can attest, and reciprocally I am often surprised by something I encounter, convinced it is impossible.
"Everywhere housed, but nowhere shut in," Gaston Bachelard's concept of intimate immensity describes an internal vastness of imagination possible in even the smallest of abodes.
In this series, which is both completely representational and decidedly abstract, macro photography faithfully represents found surfaces, while, enlarged and de-contextualized, the prints encourage multiple readings at multiple scales. Printed on metal, the materiality of the print echoes the physicality of the source material.
Surface, material, color, and space form this work. These photographs are not only meant to be seen, they are meant to be inhabited.