Each image in this body of work contains a ‘dialogue’ between two layers of space. This dialogue between pale structural drawings and colorful sensuous photographic fragments, represents the contemporary city as a palimpsest of layers and diversity of experience. The psychogeography elucidates the struggle in contemporary urban experience between order, the rational (the drawings), and chaos, the Dionysian (the photographic images and objects).
Pop and pulp references set up a disjunctive ‘narrative’ creating a humorous commentary on cultural identity and gender roles. Through the content carried in found materials and appropriated texts, I address social and political conditions that are out of sight, but remain like some kind of background radiation, exerting a subtle but undeniable influence on our society and times.