Six Different Ways
Six Different Ways explores construction as introspection through a play upon the figure in space and the psychological play of form contained by structure. As a three-part series, it explores physicality or embodiment of space in different places.
The name is inspired by the six-sides of a cube and the curious song penned by Robert Smith and his band The Cure in the 80s that explores love and psychology.
I was also looking at the work of Anthony Gormley and Akram Khan and examining how figurative expressions in sculpture and performance might be emphasized by accompanying forms.
This photo series allowed me to break from formal representations of subject matter in sculpture and reengage with my audience through self-representation.