Rose Tinted

Rose Tinted investigates the notion of perception and how it’s shaped through expectation.

The sculptured landscapes are shaped by generalised depictions of utopic scenes, forming trees, mountains, city scapes, a sunset. The photographic depictions, however, do not match their surrounding shape. This misalignment stems from the contradiction between the ideal and real, or the perception of something and its reality.

The series builds upon my preoccupation with borders, examining how they emerge from our expectations.  In this ‘medium scale world’, the perception of division, lines, and boundaries are ingrained.  Our anticipation of borders not only enhances their significance but also molds our understanding of them. Ultimatley, our expectations fundamentally influence our perception.