Here I Am But... 2018.
Archival Inkjet Prints, Sheet Metal, Steel Square Tubing.
The photograph creates a failure of representation through two dimensionality and the perception of an object versus the actual human being. Through placement and installed sculptural protrusions acting in a way of invasion of space, the photograph now creates a physical presence in the space rather than as a sitting wall object. This new existence attempted to create a converted perspective of the photograph and those portrayed within the image to create new vantage points to viewers and an element of tangibility within both two and three dimensions.