These white model-like structures were built in the studio as devices for studying the sense of depth in pictorial space. Using bare and minimal forms where the subtle interactions between light and shadows are allowed to take the central stage directs the viewer's focus to the essential processes in the creation of space and depth and our perception of it.
The rectangular objects were also devised to reflect the rectilinear form as a convention of the photographic image. Drawing attention to the print and the frame – the material support of the photographic image – the objects held inside the images enter into a dialogue with their surrounding physical reality. This tension in turn aims to create a heightened awareness of the simultaneous existence of the photograph as a physical, almost sculptural object to be looked at and of a three-dimensional space to be looked into.