The sequence examines how nested visual boundaries, created through natural or constructed elements such as doorways, windows, mirrors, and architectural structures, challenge and expand our understanding of space and reality.
It prompts viewers to engage with the photographs on multiple levels, fostering an analytical approach to the interpretation of visual information. Each image within this sequence functions as a microcosm, offering a self-contained narrative that simultaneously relates to and diverges from the broader context. The interplay of light, shadow, and perspective within these frames generates a complex visual dialogue, encouraging a deeper interrogation of how we perceive and construct our environments.
This sequence situates itself within the broader discourse on visual perception, context, and representation, drawing on principles from fields such as psychology, phenomenology, and semiotics. By presenting scenes that encapsulate other scenes, Iย deconstruct and recontextualize the act of viewing, bringing attention to the multi-faceted nature of human perception.
Financial District. New York City.
Financial District. New York City.
Brooklyn. New York City. 2022.
Brooklyn. New York City. 2022.

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