“Eureka” is a two-part investigation of memory association and the phenomenon of being in the middle of an experience. The title of the installation is taken from an essay by Edgar Allan Poe, the first to theorize that space and time are different perceptions of the same thing. Poe was also my personal introduction to the world of poetry. Primarily comprised of isolated winter landscapes, the images evoke a sense of solitary exploration and uncertainty. This installation alludes to a search that is never clearly defined; entering the work becomes the same as exiting it.