After attending a symposium about the German philosopher Kant, I became fascinated by his theories on art, ways of seeing, interior and exterior mapping of the mind.
Although intrigued by his theories, I also found myself transfixed by the physicality of his words; specifically the edges of the pages of his ‘Critique of Judgment’ manifested as parallel marks made by the photocopied handouts
I introduced these marks to my mapping process; collage, camera lens and software.
Two and a half centuries later his thoughts have informed both perception and representation by becoming part of my visual outcomes.
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