The title of this series is borrowed from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland phrase, "Down the rabbit hole", suggesting an adventure into unknown worlds.

 

The multimedia works morph layered locales together that are both naturally occuring and artificial. The augmented realities on culture via computers is explored in the ouevre.

 

As the virtual world influences people's perceptions of identity, a shift in critiqueing this virtual takeover needs consideration. 

Rabbit Hole
2012-2014

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Rabbit Hole & Rat Race, 2012
Rabbit Hole & Rat Race, 2012

Plexiglas, L.E.D, 15 x 14 x 2”, 38 x 35.5 x 5 cm.

Rabbit Hole
Rabbit Hole

Plexiglas, L.E.D, 15 x 14 x 2”, 38 x 35.5 x 5 cm.

Rat Race, 2012
Rat Race, 2012

Plexiglas, L.E.D, 15 x 14 x 2”, 38 x 35.5 x 5 cm.

Rat Race - detail
Rat Race - detail

Plexiglas, L.E.D, 15 x 14 x 2”, 38 x 35.5 x 5 cm.

Rabbit Hole, 2012
Rabbit Hole, 2012

Plexiglas, L.E.D, 15 x 14 x 2”, 38 x 35.5 x 5 cm.

Rabbit Hole, 2012- detail
Rabbit Hole, 2012- detail

Plexiglas, L.E.D, 15 x 14 x 2”, 38 x 35.5 x 5 cm.

Death and the Maiden, Rabbit Holes,
Death and the Maiden, Rabbit Holes,

Dimensions variable

Rat Race & Rabbit Hole, 2012
Rat Race & Rabbit Hole, 2012

Plexiglas, L.E.D

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