Everywhere All at Once
“Within the series I am exploring not only the workings of memory and imagination but also our contemporary relationship to the landscape, where we might find ourselves in the future and how our feelings towards the landscape often center around ideas of dislocation, need and yearning.
To make my original photogram negatives, I layer scale models and acetate drawings on top of light sensitive paper. I then expose the paper to light at intervals, removing a drawing or a layer of models at the end of each interval. This process creates a realistic depth of field and the illusion of a real landscape, despite being constructed entirely in the darkroom. “