Simultaneously hazy and hyperreal, soaked in color and deliberate in its staging.
Nick Meek's aesthetic is a key to unlocking the collective psyche. Accessed through imagination and leading to a fiction of reality, this collective psyche is the space where meanings that might have never been there in the first place are created. In the process of forgetting to remember, a visual mythology arises.
The images are in a dialectic between past and present, proximity and distance, real and unreal requiring a constant negotiation that is inherently bittersweet.