Image-Space / Memory-Space (2019)
The idea of image-space has always been central to my work. An image-space is a combination of visual field and physical site. Visual field is a remote space experienced through contemplation; physical site is an immediate space lived through haptic experience. Also, it is a combination of map and landscape. Map is a conceptual space navigated through signs, codes, grids, and legends. Landscape is a perceptual space lived through imagination, sensation, and memory. Map-landscape implies locating and being, seeing and becoming. I am interested in unfolding an abstract landscape-map made of a combination of objective representation and subjective experience of places and moments.