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MIND MODELS
Photography has a similarity to the human mind;
Both are mediated by a physical body,
which processes sensory signals through electrical and chemical mechanisms.
Like the nature of consciousness, the essence of a photograph is elusive;
ambiguously positioned between matter and meaning.
In my photographic constructions of psychological states, which I call mind models,
I explore the relationship between sensory and symbolic experiences of the world around us.
These associative visions of internal worlds are contextualised in site-specific installations,
which reflect on this mysterious translation of the outside world inside our minds.
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Picturing Mind Machines