BA (Hons) Photography
Perfectly Dysfunctional, 2022
This computer-generated work displays a space which represents the unrealistic aim of perfect design. The lack of windows and doors creates a warped sense of reality, and the familiar furniture offers the viewer the ability to adapt this space. The images taken from the perspective of the camera inside the computer produces a viewpoint not ordinarily perceived. The immense white space gives an automatic feeling of cleanliness and purity which focuses attention on the illusion that this space is perfect and not dysfunctional. The lack of objects in the image allows for interpretation and to project our own ideal way of living. The absences should not cause us to look elsewhere, but to look closer.