Forms of Being are a series of four, large intaglio prints based on photographs of material forms. The forms become metaphors for figures and the larger human condition. I put them in shallow, stage-like spaces that evoke architecture with simple planes and thin struts made of wood. They are created to photograph and are then destroyed. I explore the ambiguous space between reality and fiction through photography of my own constructions.
They have been exhibited in Glasgow at Glasgow Print Studio, and in Lithuania at the Academy Gallery.