These photographs are installation images from the House/Home Project, a site-specific installation executed in May 2012. This 3-floor, 6 room installation included photographs, projection, video and 2 rooms where the house itself became the camera. The experience of "home" is ephemeral and this installation sought to guide visitors through a contemplative, shifting space.
Through her simple apparatus, the sunny outside world was projected upside-down on the walls of the darkened rooms. In one, the inverted house of a neighbor gained eerie clarity as the viewer’s eyes adjusted to the darkness. In another, a row of spindly trees became a lacy wainscoting in the room’s half-light. The inversion of interior and exterior space made the walls of the house seem conceptual and meditative instead of comfortingly solid and familiar.
Amy Rahn, Critic and Writer