My interdisciplinary practice explores the relationships between light and materiality. In my current installations, coloured light is projected onto wall-mounted compositions of found objects, altering appearances of surface and depth. Material juxtapositions reveal a methodology rooted in collage while graphic shadows participate in a formal dialogue with their physical counterparts, leveling the values between immaterial and material elements.

I am intrigued by the fact that three-dimensional forms can appear pictorial, suggesting the illusory nature of the real. This uncanny perceptual phenomenon is something I aim to produce in my work. Digital projectors are positioned visibly within the gallery acting as a reminder of their mediation. Increasingly, the digital light of the screen mediates our perception of the world. This is something I want to draw attention to.