Light was used in the past to bridge over long distance communications through chains of bonfires on top of mountains. A light house signals a safe shoreline to passing ships. Now we use optical fibers to carry light and illuminate our cities. A glowing screen is the last thing that we see as we drift to sleep, and the first thing we wake to in the morning. Light is our communicator; turned on means awake, alive, turned off is asleep, closed, out of power.
In "Light Scapes", volumetric photography is used to create three 3D sculptures that explore our relationship with light: a neon sign that washes the street in pink light, a television that unites people around its glow, a person opening a fridge in the middle of the night.