Regular Division

Video loop - 2014 - 01:55 min Regular Division is a looping spiral of meticulously layered scenes built from video shot in a number of indoor gardens in Europe and Asia. The geographically disconnected locations merge to form an interwoven paradise of foliage under a canopy of gridded glass. The piece directly references histories of landscape painting via expressive paintmarks lifted from famous paintings by artist such as Vincent van Gogh and Arthur Streeton and layered over the high-resolution filmic landscape Regular Division is part of a series of works that were shot and digitally composed on location in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. This series, titled ‘Indirect Flights’, is a response to the impact of digital technologies on the representation of landscape.