Inside/Out is made up of images of domestic structures digitally created from multiple image files. The elaborately constructed sets act as stages upon which short stories unfold. These facades are fallacies that are carefully constructed, but would not hold up to the rules of physics or reality. Some carefully manicured and maintained, others neglected and forlorn, these facades represent the emotional status of the people within. At first glance viewers are willing to accept the structure of each house. The architecture seems plausible. Further inspection reveals the structural flaws as well as scenes from daily life played out through the windows and doors. Each character is completely consumed by their own immediate experience, seemingly unaware of the others in their home. Open-ended narratives invite the viewer to join in completing each story, determining the narrative that will unfold.
(Each piece is mounted on Sintra board and cut to the irregular edges of the structures. The images are hung on French cleats away from the wall. )