Ocular Indecision 1 & 2, 2020
UV print on Steel
24” x 48”

Ocular Indecision is a play on the role of resolution to assign clarity to images. How much resolution do we need to see clearly? The viewer is asked to question whether what appears to be in a process of de-construction might truly be what they are pointed towards. Could a figure appear to be doing something we assume it is doing or do our preconceived understanding of previously seen images point us towards clues that may be false? In this work, the viewer stands between both panels, as an observer as they look in one direction and as the observed, as they face the other direction.