Amber Renaye

“My aim is not to make a system… but to picture a world… the picturing of worlds requires not a static and systematic formulation, but an active exploration of images and views, a continual jumping-about, imaginative movement.” —Dr. Oliver Sacks

I am moved by the metaphor of how drawing with perspective renders life. In drawing, traditionally there is one, two and three-point perspective. One-point, being the most vain, requires all lines to refer to a single point on the page. Two and three-point perspective model the environment to represent a scene from multiple points of view thus depicting a broader representation. While these points exist on a picture plane, in life, moving around an object or situation creates the same kind of dimension while making observations from a single fixed point creates a narrowing path.