“On My Watch”

On My Watch is the name of an ongoing series of projects that have in common that they make use of double-exposure to explore the Self and its relationship to its environment.

The projects overlap, but separating them is a convenient way to focus the research on specific topics—for instance the hothouse-like impact of a lockdown on a person’s identity/ies (Home is Where the Self Is…), the human gaze at work as we observe/construct “a landscape” (‘Landscapes’), or our ability to “be” in two places at the same time (Somewhere, Somehow).

For an explanation of the methodology of this quest which is both epistemological and ontological, I suggest starting with the series & reflection I came, I saw—Therefore I was.