are intended to create a dialogue about ambiguity and tension found in
the mundane and fantastic. This work exists in a realm between
documentation and constructive treatment with use of lighting, time
exposure, and some installation. I find places that I find peculiar
and respond to them by activating objects in various rooms or make
sculpted forms to interact with the place.
is a sewn together photographic series of objects found in five
specific abandoned theme parks left in the drudges of swampland and
mountains. Treating each scene with camera manipulation contributes to
throwing off the sense of proportion or scale, as if it were something
like a staged set, diorama of miniatures or a glimpse. The oversized
or undersized objects seen in their overgrown downfall have been
pieced together to describe an ideal habitation. Finding the objects
dilapidated within a passing moment, happiness, wonder and failure can
blend into a unified perception of what landscape is. To this date,
some of the houses have now been raised or squished by fallen trees.