Yasmin Jeyarajah’s work explores the relationship between sculpture and photography. Her work examines a process wherein three-dimensional subject matter is transferred to a two-dimensional plane: photography can never wholly represent the objects it captures. Jeyarajah treats the photographers studio as a theatre set where false depths are carefully constructed, only to become animated and legible through the camera lens. Using stock virtual reality objects, Jeyarajah’s work attempts to establish a life beyond the computer screen in which they reside, finally flattening them through the photographic process. Jeyarajah’s work comments on the accessibility of online material, authorship, copyright and the overwhelming multitude of online images.