THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS
Mar 3 – Jul 22, 2012
Christ Church, Oxford University, UK
"I make photographic timelines. It is an engaging project with plenty of unexpected results. Because the photographs seamlessly blend visual depictions of space and time into a single hybrid image they provide an altered “spacetime” view of the world. In these pictures, the rules for representing reality are shifted. Shadows are crisscrossed, the relative speed of an object determines its size, moving subjects appear isolated from their backgrounds, and the backgrounds themselves have been obliterated. The effect is like stepping “through the looking glass” with Alice. Viewed with an eye for creating provocative imagery, the poetic potential is wide open."