Like a kaleidoscope, the footage of the everyday city becomes fractured and refracted into highly complex geometric works, where the specificity of each location collapses into an abstract yet highly acculturated vision of urban and suburban spaces that clash and collapse expectations regarding place and identity. There is a spiritual dimension to these works, a quest to explore the parallels and points of connection between the certainties of the physical and the uncertainties of the human and emotional, capturing adaptation in action and the ebb and flow of cities and culture over time.
| The Floating Eye – 9th Shanghai Biennale | 2012 | DOWNLOAD