August 26, 2018

The photographs in this series have frozen the moment of time in a haunting reverie of abject abandonment and interiority. These gatekeepers, behind the glass vitrines of the glamourous shops they guard, seem able to switch in and out of worlds, in and out of their own...

August 19, 2018

There was a feral nature to the days of Summer. The children came and went as the days came and went, always the unexpected against the prevailing norm and I hold on to this image, foraging back in time to my own childhood and childhoods yet to be. But the imagined lan...

August 12, 2018

Emerson bought his first camera in 1882, at the age of 26, and took his last photograph in 1895. In that period he published eight albums of photographs, wrote an exacting treatise for photography as a fine art, the Naturalistic Photography for Students of the Art, rep...

August 5, 2018

It was this mystical sense of being which struck me. Right there in the cabinet of curiosities, all this sea washed up in a glass cabinet, carefully placed fragments of other lives,  just as the stones and rocks, relentlessly pummelled by natural forces, had washed up...

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