The interaction between surface and depth with the help of light and frame, which are themselves the tools of photography as a medium, has been the subject of my work. Both in the photographs and in the way they are presented, I have tried to emphasize the virtual three-dimensional in the photographs. The photographs blur the border between concrete and purely abstraction. How the surface, in this abstract way, creates the illusion of depth and how the two dimensional evokes the three dimensional raises such questions:
How can the use of material affect appearance? How can appearance affect our perception of the material? What role does the photo paper play? How does a photo differ from other pictures?
The materiality of these images as the final output of the photographic media on the wall is questioned. Are these images computer-generated? Are they paintings or are they photographs?