Intersecting Spaces: New Landscapes through Merged Imagery
In my paintings and photography, I focus on the non-linear and abstract quality of memory. I work with the concept that memories are abstractions of experiences. A memory is imagery: a complex, overlapping, intersecting reflection of an experience. It is never simply a singular image, sense, or thought. I combine abstract forms with recognizable images to accentuate the difference between an actual experience and one’s memory of it. By merging imagery, I thereby create new landscapes.