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I am interested in the emotional connections and memories that people attach to objects and places. Through ambiguity as well as combining different types of representation, I aim to create a transitional space where a dialogue is created between the painting and the viewer. My paintings use variations of visual language with reference to photography and digital art, creating a level of ambiguity that questions what is real and what is artificial, relying on the viewers own visual experience of the work. The combination of cliché objects painted in a realistic way alongside the visual indeterminacy of where they are situated, creates a liminal space in which different interpretations of what is being represented can be made.

 

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