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category:  Apocalyptic Archaeology
Gasse (Alley)

This artwork is on view at the Museum of Arts and Design in the exhibition Otherworldly: Optical Delusions and Small Realities.

I like that we all see the world with different eyes. Individual experience shapes our perception of our ambience. By building models of fictional places, I provide the setting for viewers to start playing with their perception of certain aspects of life. And with the details I show—and those I don't show—I invite viewers to engage with their own imaginative stories.

I invent the image, the place, the composition, the light. I also build the model. I even complete the work with my normal, small camera. But I leave the technical considerations of producing the big picture to a professional photographer.

I am not interested in reality. Because there is none.


Filmed in 16mm, digitally edited and transferred to DVD