(unfolding) Lightscapes, 2018, In-Situ, Curtains, Chairs, Inkjet Prints, Light Bars, Paper Rolls Video Projections
The impulse behind this project is to unfold photography as a landscape within which the presence of both artist and viewer is an articulation of their performativity. I am interested in the photographic condition as a site of experience and thus the potentiality for space and body to act as a photographic apparatus.
The use of the scanner is considered as a tool for investigation and as a constraint as much as it carefully thought of a stage. Through the dissemination of the various constitutive elements of the photographic framework within the installation piece, I seek to inquire on the fugitive quality of its experience. By reaching out to gestural presence, spatial encounter, intimacy and reveal as means of viewership, spectatorship and contact with the components of the piece itself, (unfolding) Lightscapes explores the displacement of photographic structural elements as a mean to extend the perception of experience as well as the phenomenal emergence and dissolution of affects.