Electronic mediation has vastly distended our bodies to the point that we live in a totally embodied cosmos, but that by virtue of this extension our bodies are now outside us.
This is the environment in which we now live; in a nature of our own making.
My work operates at the convergence between fine art, architectural design and pop culture. I work across a range of media including electronic art, video, sculpture, installation, net art and text based work.
Points of departure for me are issues concerning our perception of time and space in light of modern media technology. New technologies offer new metaphors for our understanding of memory, space and time but also for the expression of our imaginations, desires and dreams. I am interested in exploring the areas of slippage where we are no longer certain what is memory and what is imagined, or where the real folds in on itself revealing the peculiarities inherent within our current everyday environment. It seems sometimes that we occupy a world that is technologically constructed by us and at the same time completely unknowable to us. I try to catch glimpses of this unknowability, and if I am able, to share it, even if it is only a blur or a suggestion.