Through the trees, 2019

Wood, metal, photographic transparencies, images from a walk

Through The Trees is a wooden structure made from maple that hangs on the wall at eye level. Made up of a series of transparent photographic slides, the viewer can approach it from many viewpoints, never with the same visual result. The photos were taken on a walk in 2015 in Prospect Park while pregnant, this is a three-dimensional representation of a memory during this quiet day. From the front, you can see one composite photo. When moving along side it, you begin to see each individual photograph as you walk towards the wall where the LED light panel is installed. This framework was created so you can see through all of the tree images as one, creating a dream-like image that is delicate and sinewy, but also mysterious and uncomfortable.