In the series, Point of View (2014), I consider the relationship between the photographic space, the picture plane and the viewer. The viewer is the key point in this work; and more precisely, the relation of the image to the viewer. As I perceive it, the concept of the image is both internal and external; making it much more than a photographic print. It is a physical imprint that includes in it the communication with the viewer.
The spaces depicted in this series are carefully constructed by the people who use those spaces, so they seem to be displaying themselves to passersby. As such the constructions are theatrical by nature. In addition they are also places for the people who constructed them to look from, towards the view and those viewing them. In the photos the surface of the flat photographic image becomes the fourth wall, creating a tension by refusing to reveal anything beyond its surface or frame. Through this it raises question such as who is the viewer. And what is actually visible?