From his recent exhibition, PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIGHT
"Technology has undeniably changed the way artwork is viewed today, with photo and video documentation often much more widely circulated and viewed than the work itself. The pieces featured in ‘Phenomenology of Light’ emphasize the discrepancy between direct observation and second hand image and challenge perceptions of reality through physical manifestations of light and dematerialized objects. This work is designed specifically for the human eye and the light phenomena witnessed are formed through a synthesis of internal and external processes; a combination of the physical properties of light and the observer’s perception. As a result, the direct experience of the work is unable to be replicated in photographs or video and can only be observed in person."
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