In my recent work, I have been exploring the creativity inherent in perception, and the sense of value we seamlessly inject into our everyday experience.
To do this, I have been looking, within an installation context, at the phenomenal experience of encounters that are both remote and somehow also close. The approach I have taken is to use light and sound to augment the surface of rocks.
Soon I will upload video documentation of new installation work, but in this post I want to share some of the photographs that have been part of the outcome of this process.
The images shown here are all photographs of rock surfaces taken in the studio at CAC. The surfaces have been mapped with light from a projector. The photographs have not been edited or digitally processed.
The image below is one of a series of detail shots taken to capture the texture of the rock surface in incandescent lighting, for use in the developed installation work. The angled light creates a relief and a resulting contrast.
The projector's light texture is visible in shots at a distance from the light source, as above.