Neighborhood Watch is from the on going body of work The Baby Tooth Isn't Loose that delves into an estranged... Read More
Neighborhood Watch is from the on going body of work The Baby Tooth Isn't Loose that delves into an estranged exploration of the fault lines in human nature. The pathetic extension of homemade eyes in the sky looks at obsessions and failures within the absurd push for perfection. The careful construction to repurpose another object as a physical platform to have an Orwellian gaze on suburban citizens affirms often overlooked grim and humorous desires.
Today’s reality is guided by competition alongside the fierce longing to ascend into what many call paradise. What lies in this pursuit are strangely manufactured channels of both sincerity and unsettling moments that make us question our ultimate wishes. These uncomfortable forms of excess, desire, and hope to live forever, tie us together but also create further separation than ever before in this consummate dance to the finish line.
The Baby Tooth Isn't Loose delves into an estranged exploration of the fault lines in human nature where uncanny disruptions defamiliarize our experiences with the ordinary. This translation makes sharp turns to emotionally probe both the viewer with surreal moments that raise questions around our notions of certainty and visual faith.