Rose Tinted investigates the notion of perception and how it’s shaped through expectation.
The sculptured landscapes are shaped using standardized forms- generalised depictions of utopic scenes. Their ideal elements are shaped through rose tinted glasses, outlining forms such as a palm tree, a beach, a city scape, a sunset. The element’s photographic depictions, however, do not match. The shaped plexiglass and photograph’s misalignment stems from the contrast between the ideal and real, or the perception of something and its reality.