Daniele Albright's photographic works are meant to function as "fictional spaces." They are not photographic documents of objects or spaces in the traditional sense, but constructions that suspend an image between the recognizable and the impossible. Each work is made up of several photographs that appear as continuous, but it is an illusion, a fictionalized continuity. The images playfully trick the mind into a game where perceived facts and poetic invention collide. For the viewer it becomes tangible that the place of perception is not just our eyes but our mind as well, which takes fragments from the world and constructs fictions that are neither real nor illusory, but both. Daniele Albright is an artist, designer and writer living in Los Angeles, California.