The world is an amalgam of perfection and disarray. This series attempts to capture these varying forms as parallel subjects: emphasis is strictly placed on juxtaposing the staged human body to existing architectural and natural forms. Repetition of bold colour, shape, and line are a common focus throughout the photographs. These elements, combined on 35mm film, evoke an underlying emotional relationship between the individual subjects.
The series further explore one’s perceptions: they question to what extent the photograph was staged or warped, and to what degree it exists in reality. A floating chair on a wall, an inverted image of the sky in a reflection, an abandoned empty stadium, or idyllic mountain landscapes are amongst the few. Each manifest an idea of societal perfection, yet, in the end, possess an intimate quality of emptiness. What do we conceal from others? What aspects of ourselves are staged?