“Mouseion Torisiae”, or “Museum of Torisian Curiosities”, 2016
Pencil, ink and wet media, acrylic on paper.
This drawing is made to work as a panoramic photosphere; it is a drawing that you can actually experience from the inside! To get the full experience, or to see the process of how I created it, check out my blog
I use geometry and perspective as principles of alignment to invoke the mysterious orders of nature, while simultaneously subverting this order by juxtaposing it with chaos. I am interested in perceptual illusions and contradictions that evoke ambiguity between two and three dimensions, as I am most attracted to the idea of immersion, enabling the viewer to figuratively enter and inhabit the work.