During my first year at Goldsmiths, I became particularly interested in the emergence of technologies which support isolated behaviour: technologies which drive towards the perfection of an enclosed, individual experience (a preferable and superior proxy for the real world?).
I began to explore how this emerging terrain is negotiated; how does a human cope under the pressure of ostensibly perfectable experience? I looked, in particular, at companionship, with my own partner’s image at the core. There is an uncomfortable tension between gratification, obsessive idolatry and futility in these attempts to recreate him.