I am interested in the subtle space in between what we experience and how we perceive those experiences. I play with the ideas of psychological association and memory to translate through machinic means the material that vies for attention in the viewers’ subtle experience.
My work examines ways of remembering, marking time and noticing the speed of movement and change in relation to the world.
For me, recent times have been an adventure in staying home and being close to my family. My work is drawn directly from the experiences at hand. I find this to be even more the case since the summer of 2020. During this time, awareness of the spaces we inhabit has been intensified. I have made numerous videos and recordings of my everyday life and thought deeply about the ways in which I experience speed and time, the psychological construct of memories and how these layer together within a consciousness. I have often wished I had a camera or device to hand when I did not, to catch the moment, words or actions, as they were expressed before they faded into memory.