I’m fascinated in the way the gaze offers multiple possibilities; perspectives that shift depending on time, place, and precise circumstance. This installation collage offers different physical points of view within the same piece; united from one angle only to reveal its lack of cohesiveness from another. The viewer is part of this confusion, pulled into parts of the picture by reflection or mirrors. Everything is precariously poised leaving the entire installation at risk of coming undone and collapsing back into its raw components.

The perspex itself as well as the hint of mirror within the piece pull the reflection of the unwary viewer and the surrounding architecture into the work, either subtly or abruptly.