“One part focuses specifically on the mirror and the lens – the primary viewing components in both the camera and the telescope. Vision and intellect are turned upon themselves drawing attention to the act of looking and construction of knowledge. The mirror is a portal into other realms or worlds.
I want the viewer to become immersed or entranced in some way by the image so they might entertain the possibility of things beyond our immediate understanding and that what we think we know can be entirely fictional. I guess this is part of a larger overall strategy to critique bodies of knowledge and ways of understanding the world.”