I ask how artists and societies have historically depicted illumination and how my own search intersects this. My studio inquiry comprises an interdisciplinary approach to create “projection paintings.” These projection paintings examine pictorial space in a three-dimensional environment through green-screen video, drawing, performance and architectural video installation. I actively draw upon the history of painting, film and video in order to reframe it in alternative contexts. I am curious about how the act of seeing today is transformed by technology. My work challenges viewers to slow down observation by blurring the ways through which we consume visual information. Through this slowing down, viewers can revisit iconic works of art and take away new meaning, reflect on their own visual consumption, and enjoy new found space in their seeing.