This series of photographs pursues the image of a dislocated and discontinuous limit, one which reconfigures the notion of what lies in front of us, questioning our world of experiential certainties.
We live in a perceptually undisputed certainty. Our learned convictions prove that things are just the way we see them, with no alternative for what we think is true. It is our everyday situation, our cultural condition. In this state of imposed perceptual strength, the idea of the horizon remains unquestionable, a solid concept we take for granted.
Displacements consists of a mirrored structure that interrupts the horizon line and moves slightly, confusing our perception of something that should stay unalterable. Like a large billboard, a window space demanding our attention, it becomes the reflection of the wider landscape we inhabit. Our eyes will not rest in the distance anymore. With the dislocation of scope created by the mirrors, our gaze may finally see these continually interfering objects in an authentic pursuit of the undefined idea of the horizon.