Synthetic Structures explores photography’s inability to represent the truth, commenting upon a photograph as being only ever an illusion. The work, which consists of busy panoramic interiors, uses digital manipulation to reveal the artifice in the image, skewing dimension, perspective and space to embrace notions of contemporary Cubism. Aiming to challenge visual perception and asking for a new way to perceive and read images, we recognise that a photograph, and by extension reality, is only a construct.