In my mind, there are two distinct images of creation. The first is derived from the biblical explanation of creation, which is that God created the heavens and the earth in a period of seven days. The second is derived from the "big bang" or scientific explanation of creation, which is that the universe started with a small singularity, then inflated over the next 13.8 billion years to become the cosmos that we know today.
Faith and science may disagree on how everything began, but few would disregard completely either faith or science. This series employs projection photography to illustrate these two, psychologically inter-twined, creation stories. To do so, images of stars, planets and constellations were projected onto a model, Zoi, using a mini-beamer in a darkened studio.