My work explores photographic abstraction, riding the tension between what is perceived and it’s relation to the world. I capture the variations of change, suspending the viewers between documentary and abstract reading of images. I want to give the viewer an experience that challenges their perception about what things “are” before they become defined or closed in specific meaning. Perception and comprehension are non-linear, we see pieces, find echoes and these scenes dissolve into abstraction. The world seen in this work is the world of photographic objects, flatness and the sculptural vie for the nuance of gesture. Time slows down as the concrete visual experience becomes the dissolution of depiction.