Much of my still image work in the past number of years has involved investigation’s concerning perturbation; which is a ‘deviation of a system’ or, ‘a process from a regular or normal state or path, caused by an outside influence.’ Perturbation is an area within Dynamic Systems Theory- currently being explored within the field of cognitive aesthetics.
The Perturbation series allows me to explore the psychological edge with which colour, shape and image can exist together. Visual communication is both direct and subversive. I push against the boundaries of ordinary aesthetic appeals, and ask you to enter into a form of silent communication; one which hides and both reveals truths.
Short moving image piece entitled 'Change' in sync to improvisational music by Saxophonist Kate Mohanty.
Pieces from 'Pertubations' and 'Hyper-ethereal' as seen at the opening of FTLO at Bottleneck Gallery, New York in 2014.