These photo works deal with experience, sensation, immersion and emersion. The images are shot using a robotic camera head that takes hundreds of separate photographs that are then stitched together to make each massively high-resolution image. Printed to a massive scale, they too are an attempt to repackage and recreate an affective experience devoid of context. These images depict human bodies drawn to communal swimming places. Full body immersion, water, sun, hot, cold, hard rock and other naked bodies. I have always strived to produce work that is massive in scale and incredibly detailed. My interest in photography is less in presenting a framed image of the world and more about producing an image that is so huge and realistically rendered that you can walk around it with the borders or frames becoming less important. Part of the intention of placing the photoworks with the video installations is to question this drive I have. Is it possible or desirable to meaningfully replicate or reproduce ‘experience’ devoid of the complex context in which a body is used to experiencing it? What are artworks, or media objects that go beyond an image of something and become a proxy version of the sensation of living?