My spatial cyanotype fragments explore the impact of the passage of time on our changing landscapes. They form earthly treasures and are a window between reality and another state. A state of fragility of the landscape, but also a possibility for new ways of seeing through the human constructs of the spaces in which we live.
The patchwork pieces of my cyanotype prints bring a sense of possibility, of something more than what is here. These painted photographs show landscapes that once were blossoming in past times and are now buried in layers of our living landscapes beneath our feet.
Using the contaminated earth and all its attributes, I create impressions, documents, even portraits of layers of the landscape. My artwork becomes a living piece of the earth, forming an honest impression of the atmosphere at a specific moment in time. In this way, the works become a map, or a landmark, navigating the viewer through a landscape they may not be in, but can be experienced in a personal way through my immersive installations.