Artist Statement

Experiences from the Outside World offers an innovative depiction of digital based still-life photography that reveals the experience of nature and culture. Through investigating aesthetics, literal and symbolic meanings, and associated dimensions of nature and culture, this project expands the possibilities of photography by its intersection with film, sound, and technology, in order to explore the natural and cultural environment from a wider spectrum.

 

This project is re-imagining still-life photography and new media for the future. Its process will reconfigure the photographic object to its capacity to open up and create a new approach to digital reality. The artistic intervention will release the potential of the process itself onto the notion of time and space. The oppositions of all these elements transform photography from a static art form into a vehicle that collects and stores the acoustic and motion characteristics of the natural space and its connection to our visual sense.

Experiences from the Outside World

4K LIVING STILLS, SAVANNAH, 2017

Experiences from the Outside World offers an innovative depiction of digital based still-life photography that reveals the experience of nature and culture. Through investigating aesthetics, literal and symbolic meanings, and associated dimensions of nature and culture, this project expands the possibilities of photography by its intersection with film, sound, and technology, in order to explore the natural and cultural environment from a wider spectrum.

 

This project is re-imagining still-life photography and new media for the future. Its process will reconfigure the photographic object to its capacity to open up and create a new approach to digital reality. The artistic intervention will release the potential of the process itself onto the notion of time and space. The oppositions of all these elements transform photography from a static art form into a vehicle that collects and stores the acoustic and motion characteristics of the natural space and its connection to our visual sense.

This project was funded through the Alumni Atelier Program for Alumni Development from the Savannah College of Art and Design.