"How we perceive space" has been a long lasting fascination of mine for quite a while, most likey due to being an architecture major for 6 years (albeit a terrible, terrible one).
The true scale of things constantly eludes our perception. Our feet are the same size as our forearms, a two-story building dwarfs a human in size, but we're limited by our field of vision and height, forced to look at things at angles. Look at any blueprint and you might get a general sense of scale, but even that's a facsimile of the reality we perceive (ironic, given that buildings are based on them.)
I wanted to see if I could explore this discrepancy in space, and made some collages using the urban space of Tokyo, images that simulate normality while reaching towards ubiquitous reality, which eludes observation.
Born in Japan, raised in Colorado. Likes photography, tech, illustration, architecture, and any image that moves.