We take in the world, selectively, and send it flooding back again.
Bodies of Water: Posthuman Feminist Phenomenology
How can the intangible but apparent link of the physical and virtual worlds be envisioned? With the excess of information available today, how can one tell the wheat from the chaff? By deliberately changing and modifying the photographs in Deep Blue, I address the topic of the availability and manipulation of information in contemporary society. I use primarily common domestic and mundane scenes and objects as source material for my visuals. Often imitating the very recognizable aesthetic of AI, I create abstract images that still might resemble traces of something familiar, such as a landscape.
In reality, at the starting point, nothing that we see in Deep Blue was originally in the image except a colour, texture, or a certain shape. In the post-production process, I get rid of the main object that would make the photograph pictorial and recognizable; on the other hand, I appeal to the human imagination and the need to give sense to the unknown.