The body of work "Mathematical Monster" attempts to represent the unrepresentable and to expend the human vison beyond our physiological perception.
This representation is made possible solely through technology, this human conventionalized technology is supposedly creating an expansion of human experience but in fact it will always remain within human sensory grasp. The perceived image is a represented simulation of an unapproachable reality, but here lies a paradox, this simulation is accepted as an absolute truth and not as a converted representation, tailor made to the human eye.
I recognize this work as a continuation to the tradition that began in painting, with the western perspective and later on in photography. This approach made the human eye the center of the world and now this methodology subjugates the unseen world.