Shelter (2010)

‘When we look at a landscape, we do not see what is there, but largely what we think is there…the mountains one gazes at, reads about, dreams of and desires are not the mountains one climbs.’ – Macfarlane

Using our human relationship with nature as a metaphor, since 2010 my practice has negotiated experiences of cognitive dissonance as a means to approach the space between perception and understanding.