This work is centered around notions of perspective, and how emotion and thought, colour and shape our perspective on things. By working with intricate patterns that depict fluidity and motion, Janice is interested in exposing the immersive nature to our emotions and in creating an impression of impermanence. It is about translating a moment to memory. This form represents the perpetual ebbing and flowing of these thoughts and translations.
By employing an historic Venetian technique named 'murrine', Janice is able to create lines that travel through the glass where a moire effect is created. This effect plays with the viewer’s interaction with the work, changing as you move around it.