Our memory is something we take for granted but we rely upon completely. We use it to recognise loved ones and to learn what we like to eat or how to get out of trouble, we learn from the memory of our experiences. My work explores the notion of memory. I'm curious about what happens when images, taken from memory, are projected into new places and how site specific placement can imply new meanings to those images.
Ideas are often investigated through small mock-ups or test pieces, static or motion, that are quickly produced to fuel a development process that have people and places as central elements of investigation. Catalysts for recall are personal and complicated and when and how we remember isn't within our control, we are slaves to our subconscious, even the retrieval of a specific memory follows a new neural path each time it is 're-membered' so every memory is in fact a memory of a memory and is open to influence both subconscious and external. I want to experiment with the context in which the work is experienced by creating interstices both physical and conceptual that challenge our perception of past and present.