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By sensing the world around us we establish a relative frame of reference which enables us to situate and understand ourselves.

I am interested in the potential of the object not simply as evidence of activity but as an extrusion of condition. 

Spaces are created in order for us to navigate around the world. We invent these spaces to conform and build a cohesive environment but this often comes up lacking.  we must look at what exists.  Not set ourselves in opposition to our surroundings but realise our interdependence within it.

This approach is centered around the inverted space of the in between.  where matter meets.  real spaces we do not access but might reveal.  These spaces pose questions about what is and is not seen and what it is we look at

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