(Night. Eight bells. A man descends the rigging and goes off. Leaning over the rail, looking seaward), 2014, on exhibit.
I was interested in making a limited-editioned work that investigates ideas of interiority and exteriority, and objecthood and materiality. The work is made up of two photographic images taken along the Mekong River in Laos – a wide panoramic landscape, paired with an interior image of a cave that sits on the river. Like my past work, both photographs are cut up to mark the photographs with voids through which you see the other photograph as well as through to the space that it inhabits. Unlike my past work, this piece is framed to be free-standing and doublesided, and editioned. ... This piece was exhibited in the Singapore Art Fair and the exhibition, Second Sight: New Representations in Photography at the Torrance Museum of Art from March 28 – May 14, 2015.