My thesis for the Fine Art Photography degree deals with coming to terms with what it means to be human. Our reality has been proven, time and time again, to be a subjective construct of our existence. Every inch of this world has been manifested in pursuit of mankind's collective purpose and investigating that purpose is what I've aimed to do.
The gallery execution of the project was the ultimate form of the concept. Prints were double-side mounted and suspended. The main piece of a floating head hung 7 feet tall and draped onto a pedestal mimicking the absence of a body. The book was presented on a pedestal, reminiscent of a false alter.
For the first time in my career, sculpture became a method for conveying my concepts, incorporating a cement sphere and a glowing acrylic box.