“When the logical progression through time and space is hijacked by memory, there is a certain collapse of what was there, and out of this disintegration, a third distinct place emerges as a physical presence. My work pieces together this place, combining the familiar with the unfamiliar, the past and the present. What results is a hedge inside a room, a table leg in between branches, an armchair sitting inside a deserted pool. Space is restructured by the emotions it houses and what might have been a linear internal narrative becomes a topography of recollection, uncertainty, loss, and retelling.”
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