In this exhibition I seek to evoke some of the excitement and foreboding encountered upon entering new and strange terrains - landscapes that lie undisturbed and unloved, forgotten and forsaken.
In these uncertain lands there is an otherworldly presence, disorienting yet compelling, silently making itself known and felt. In the midst of this disorientation one can momentarily lose one?s bearings, and with it a sense of certainty and security.
Thus, temporarily lost, briefly unbalanced, one can find oneself suddenly immersed in a new and enigmatic, luminous and unknown world.
"I could see the shape of the land, how it lay holding silence" Annie Dillard, Teaching a Stone to talk: Expeditions and Encounters