Searching for the visual equivalent of surround sound, these drawings aim to capture the entirety of spaces from within, breaking away from the confines of orthographic drawings.
How we experience a place visually and physically, and how this can be captured in a two-dimensional image, is the ongoing inquiry that drives this set of works.
They place the drawer and viewer at the eye of the storm, with the drawing radiating outwards from this central point. Overlapping and distorted images try to emulate peripheral vision, and how our view expands as we move our eyes and head, even if stood still.
The act of going round and round a space makes reference to the cyclical processes that take place within.