The second iteration of my series of the same name, “The Art of Seeing II” is a mindful exercise into the act of seeing. Relying heavily on visual form, this series asks its viewers to simply see and experience. This living composition actively engages the visual cortex while simultaneously stimulating the limbic system in an effort to apply deep emotional meaning to the things we see.
It can be said that homes are the architectural forms of memory. This social construct of family is imprinted within its design, animating the memories of its inhabitants, and reflecting societal inclinations toward intimate spaces. They become second skins, imbued with material representation of virtues while synthesizing experience. “Homes at Night” is the exploration of finding light and connection within the darkness.