Camille Jodoin-Eng’s work engages the spatial and sensory properties of light to visually unfold abstract concepts of expanding space. Constructing optical instruments that project the depths of the mind into the vastness of infinite space, she emphasizes the interplay between physical and psychological space by creating illusions of impossible dimensions and perspectives. Jodoin-Eng has exhibited in Ontario and Quebec, completed several commissioned installations (Electric Eclectics, WayHome, Free agency, Relative Space) and recently had her first solo exhibition, Athenaeum, at Project Gallery in Toronto.