The author addresses the place of visual representation in his body of work, focusing on the genesis of his interest in digital imaging and the relationship between digital imaging and photography. He also discusses the connection between photography and collage/montage, the extended imagination enabled by digital imaging, human-machine collaboration and the design of narrative structures, both of which are guided by the interplay between certainty and uncertainty. In addition, the author presents aspects of his creative and research processes, referring to some of his artworks and conceptual concerns. Using a retrospective and personal approach, the author’s analysis is unavoidably incomplete.

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