Artist Feature | Mona Choo


"Consciousness may exist outside of, and influence us, from beyond the three spatial dimensions that we inhabit. To explore this, my work alternates between dimensions - between the first, second and third, between inside and outside, empty and solid, visible and invisible. My work references parallel universes, alternate realities, higher dimensions and interconnected consciousness."


Choo's experimental work are achieved through a number of processes, including drawing, screen printing, shape forming and photography. She expands on this by screen printing on transparent sheets, then creating three-dimensional objects, 'extruding' the print from its state of flatness. Using photography, light and shadow, the objects are returned to a two-dimensional representation, albeit one that is now quite different to its original form as a screen-print. It becomes impossible to discern where one process begins and the other ends.