As an foreigner I have an obscure idea of home thus for me landscape is often felt as an object of attachment. I often return to sensations that I have felt in a place, thus creating a landscape filled with my personal experiences. Landscapes are altered in memory and become a relative view perceived through our own filter. The places I visit make me who I am just as much as I make them what they are as our sentiments fuse with our surroundings.
Locus of Memory is a series of in-camera double exposed images. They are instinctually fused and overlapped in the same way that memories of places are entwined to create new feelings and impressions about ourselves in the past.
The internal landscapes we create are not static; they made out of memory and nostalgia, as are the images in this series.