Corner Space (February 2018)
For this piece I wanted to start to look at the external world as a physical space for a body to inhabit and not just the surface of the canvas like the previous work. To do this I created a corner that introduced a sense of architecture within the work that pushes the edges of the work into an inhabitable space. The projection also works to disorientate the perception of this space by reflecting an image of the corner but from a different angle, giving the work a geometry that seems to fight against itself. The best instance of this is shown in the angle that is represented in the top center of the work: the angle of the material is concave whereas the projection shows the angle as convex. The two competing angles have a way of creating a distance between themselves that gives off the illusion of a closed space directly in front of the work.