Miranda's work consists of a sequence of process overlay. A set of small white edged frames, each containing individual images. Due to the arrangement and process, each digital images is unique, displayed in a mosaic effect on the gallery wall. Resembling to the ambitious eyes, a map of visuals, an array of ghostly colours through a spectrum of imagery, time and memory. Placement and position is a necessary key to Miranda's work. A time map presenting various ranges of processes and techniques.
The images are arranged around a variety of materials and home printing techniques. Using photographic, acetate, photocopy paper, including photographic matt and gloss paper.
A sequence of photographs which have been taken over the last isolated year. Within a confined space, containing memories and past events that originated in a three dimensional format but display as two. Providing an abstract array of motion and movement through the digital imagery. A distortion of reality but yet familiar to the observing audience. A mesh upon time, memories, space and reality become one layer onto another to produce one togetherness.
Miranda’s work consists of the reality of the everyday life and how all elements of existence has its part to play in the history of family life and home.