" My paintings and drawings depict intimate interiors, shadows, and blurred aerial maps, all suggesting locations or situations we may have come across. These images take an interest in our everyday experience of space, from the privacy of one’s room to the omniscient Internet map. However, each level of experience is starkly removed from its original context – objects are plucked from their rooms, a scene is stripped of its furnishings or out of focus. These slight shifts heighten feelings of disquiet or alienation, providing alternative views that re-evaluate one’s physical relationship to locations both actual and imagined. "
Gwenessa Lam