Concerned with the absence and presence of space, my practise considers line and geometric form and its ability to alter the audience’s perception. My interest in architecture and design led to an exploration into shape, and how it is placed together for a purpose or to create a certain aesthetic. Working in a series of repeated arrangements of basic geometric abstraction allowed me to explore how the appearance of a simple, individual structure can change when placed together. The incorporation of vibrant colour schemes not only highlights a certain line or space, bringing it to the audience’s attention, but also settles it into the background. Alongside colour, the ranging dimensions and scale of the shapes encourage the audience to question the space, and observe the work from different viewpoints, creating a prolonged phenomenological experience unique to each individual.