The Eye of Perception (2010)

This photo series is born out  of a laborious ceramic sculptural process. I have appropriated a classical motif, recreated it by hand in clay in multitude, photographed them, and finally layered the negatives to create a hybrid of sculpture and photography. Since most of these ceramic sculptures broke during the process of firing, many of these sculptures exist only as photographic representations. The contextual significance of regeneration through multiple levels of creative processes heightens the hybrid aesthetics and philosophy of the work.

The Eye of Perception No.4,  
Inkjet print,  
39.4” x 31” (100 x 79 cm),   
2010The Eye of Perception No.3,  
Inkjet print,  
39.4” x 39”  (100 x 98.2 cm),  
2010The Eye of Perception No.6, 
Inkjet print, 
35.4” x 35.3”  (90 x 115 cm),   
2010The Eye of Perception No.8,
Inkjet print,
39.4 x 31.3”  (100 x 79.5 cm),  
2010
The Eye of Perception No.4

The Eye of Perception No.4, Inkjet print, 39.4” x 31” (100 x 79 cm), 2010

The Eye of Perception No.3

The Eye of Perception No.3, Inkjet print, 39.4” x 39” (100 x 98.2 cm), 2010

The Eye of Perception No.6

The Eye of Perception No.6, Inkjet print, 35.4” x 35.3” (90 x 115 cm), 2010

The Eye of Perception No.8

The Eye of Perception No.8, Inkjet print, 39.4 x 31.3” (100 x 79.5 cm), 2010