A misplaced soundtrack. A mocking bird listening too hard to another mocking bird. In between the calls there’s enough silence to take a nap. In between naps there’s enough darkness for it to be nighttime. Forget everything that was promised at the end of the day, you can never trust midnight when it reaches for the same place as noon. Continuing his exploration of the common and often overlooked realms through which daily life is lived, David Trautrimas’s series imagines how body and object interact and influence one other by asking: How might the environments and the items of daily life reflect psychological and emotional states? Through use of post-photographic digital imaging techniques, the objects and spaces encountered in these works oscillate on the line between tangible and imagined realities – physically plausible though not physically existent. Conspicuous illumination inspired by a surrealistic tenebrism further amplifies an atmosphere of cognitive strangeness. Uncertainty is a foundational element within this uncanny valley of a world.