Australian artist Anna Carey work overlaps photography, model-making, film and drawing. Through memory and imagination, she creates fictive architectural spaces based on familiar iconic architecture which she photographs. The camera lens magnifies the model with all its imperfections and reminds the viewer that the photograph has been constructed with a miniature materialized object.
The photograph magnifies the miniature, reminding the viewer that the transient space is a constructed object. This aims to reawaken imaginations for the viewer by creating a space of stillness and reflection for one to drift between reality and daydreams – for rediscovering the universe that is inside ourselves.
For her series ‘In Search of Rainbows’, Carey has created seven architectural studies of the color spectrum while taking inspiration from properties and interiors she found on Google maps!