Superimposition

2017

Creating an intimate space in multiple public spaces, the piece 'Superimposition' invites individuals to contribute, interacting with each other and their environment. With every change of location, drawings and tracings are layered, an absence is included in the present and the transparent structure becomes an artefact of our archiving.

My work explores ownership of public spheres; the physical, digital and metaphorical spaces. It also questions our engagement with information, the relationships between subject and object; producer and consumer; artist and society.