I have always been fascinated by scales of production in industry, by the world we live in where so much can be made and moved around so quickly and efficiently.
The concrete structures in this series represent large scale, fast construction methods themselves while also serving as containers for industrial production.
They appear frequently in our landscape and continue to multiply. They are bland, functional, non-descript; but to me they have a strange kind of beauty, repeatedly materialising around me as I pass through outer suburbs, usually on my way to somewhere else. So instead of driving by I have made them my destination, making a photographic study of their simple, austere shapes and rough textures.
The stark geometric outlines and solid bulk of these buildings have driven me to further abstraction. By overlaying photographs of these mundane yet compelling structures I have worked to build compositions that have an architecture of their own. The finished images are highly designed with the placement of every line and angle being considered at length and manipulated in an effort to achieve relational concord.