This work introduces images, objects, creatures and species that hover between multiple identities. They are open for the viewer to question if the piece they are looking at belongs or is intrusive. They serve as a vessel for a form of displacement.
This work acts as a metaphor for the binary nature of insiders and outsiders. It deals with displacement through the use of otherness as a mechanism of protection, inclusion, exclusion, isolation and connection. It aims to provoke inquiry about how we receive, perceive and imagine physical otherness.
These objects, creatures and species have an aliveness in their deception delivering an uneasiness about them and their presence. The work aims to collapse the duality of the familiar and unfamiliar and the ordered and disordered.