>>ABOUT

Photography has always had an ambivalent relationship with the ‘real world’,
framing the physical world in constructed realities inside our minds.
In my sculptural photographs I construct abstract models of psychological states,
which are embedded in installations that ground them in a spatial and social context.
Through these fragmented perspectives, my photographic installations serve as
mnemonic devices that challenge the knowledge templates we create of the world we live in.
PHD EXBIBITION
This exhbition of interactive art experiments was part of my interdisciplinary PhD research
into the relationships between visual imagination and the social brain.
For more information on the research, see the website of The Thinking Eye: http://www.thinkingeye.org/research
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Picturing Mind Machines