Manson’s works seem structured by a kind of pace and rhythmical form that develop a sequence of visual crescendos and kaleidoscopic sprawls.

Concerned with the clarity and disillusionment of the mind in relation to environmental, observational and elegiacal boundaries; Manson captures moments in an indeterminate state of creation or collapse. These instances focus the viewers’ visualisations of form and void, light and shade and allow them to unconsciously categorise a multitude of apparitions.