How do we perceive visible and invisible phenomena? This question forms the foundation of my practice which aims to examine our perception and experience of ‘the real’ and ‘the unreal’. These perceptions are established through a dialogue between our sensory experiences and an input from systems of logic – despite their evident shortcomings these systems dictate our operational dynamics and define for us the borders of ‘reality’ & ‘possibility’. My artistic research investigates the potential realness of what human thought and brain can imagine but is deemed impossible by logic. I utilize photography, video and virtual reality to produce spaces for rethinking and reconfiguring reality.