Perception is a recurring theme within my practice, and has become a foundation for me to explore ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity and duration. As an artist, I am interested in the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined collide. Spatio-temporal relations, and visualizing the invisible are predominant subjects. My interpretations are informed in part by science, philosophy and fiction. Experimentation and process are at the forefront of much of my work, at times resulting in ambiguous narratives and hybrid exercises.
In my work I attempt to articulate something in between the freezing of time—that so often characterizes photography—and its constant passing. I allude to temporalities that are fluid, hypothetical, and imprecise. The photographs in Quantum Blink are composed of two exposures taken instants apart. Each photograph in the series holds a brief sense of continuity, almost like an animation, slightly cinematographic. However, though they provide a notion of movement and progression, their beginning and end is ambiguous and indistinguishable.