NOTHING IS PERFECT AND EVERYTHING IS PERFECT (2019)
Nothing is perfect and everything is perfect, is an interactive installation that explores a disruptive representation of nature through abstract processes and lens-based technology.
Using anaglyphic layer splitting, the work appears three-dimensional. The anaglyph is an early method of simulating a spatial experience; by viewing the work through separate red and blue lenses and layers. It returns the two-dimensional to the three-dimensional to examine the effects of altering perception and challenging the viewer’s ocular limits.
Utilising conceptual and physical duality, Nothing is perfect and everything is perfect addresses the tension between the inherent calm of the natural world, and the anaglyph’s ability to distort vision.