Slight sight is a photographic series of early experimentations which serves as a study for a kinetic work concerning the refractive index. The refractive index of a material determines how much light is bent when passing through it.
This body of work explores lucidity of form from a practical standpoint, but degrees of perception from a philosophical and spiritual view. The boundary between comprehension and vague sensation is central to the work; what we think we know to be true and the actual reality of what lies beneath.
The change between these two states of awareness is shown through the constant ebb and flow from the visible to the invisible and back again.