Inference  | Our eyes trace the course of movement. It's all too familiar and we've seen this before. As the generally perceptive beings that we are, this single visual stimulus triggers a ripple of imagined feels in sequence. We sense the wind and its direction, the likely time of day, the single frequency wave of sound or multiple compounded, and the seasonal scent carried by the wind. We pull out strings of sensory memory and experience the recalls in our present, and with a convergence of elements projected onto the forefront of our minds, we place ourselves in the location where we've felt fractions or the entirety of this image before. We infer, then we relate.   (Body of Water, 2018)

Inference | Our eyes trace the course of movement. It's all too familiar and we've seen this before. As the generally perceptive beings that we are, this single visual stimulus triggers a ripple of imagined feels in sequence. We sense the wind and its direction, the likely time of day, the single frequency wave of sound or multiple compounded, and the seasonal scent carried by the wind. We pull out strings of sensory memory and experience the recalls in our present, and with a convergence of elements projected onto the forefront of our minds, we place ourselves in the location where we've felt fractions or the entirety of this image before. We infer, then we relate. (Body of Water, 2018)




Because we walk the line between the real and unreal,
I want to capture what the eye sees,
describe what the mind imagines,
and step into the limbo of everything in between. 

- IJHL -