Using a multidisciplinary approach, my visual art practice primarily examines place and space. My current work is part of an ongoing investigation into the concept of liminal space (transformation and the in-between) through the lens of personal mythologies, post-internet and post-digital concerns, and Instruction Based art. I am working on a series of paintings and digital works that investigate these ideas through the transformation of well known Australian landscape paintings. Post-digital strategies are used as a metaphor for the permanent alteration and ultimate transformation of the landscape and our society as we know it. I like to show the human hand in my work. It isn’t ‘hard edge’, you can see the brush marks and imperfections. This emphasizes the process of making. The digital is referenced because that is where the reference material is made, but the work is about human transformation.