Eclipse Toned silver gelatin photographs edition, each 50 x 60 cm, pigment prints edition, each 97cm x 126cm 2003
Sometimes the peripheral deserves closer attention. Perhaps negative space can describe a shifting mood, a sense of something, somewhere retreating. Unease.
A deliberate pause, a swivelling away, an act of absenting. Scale wavers and time suspends: the temps morts of an actorless set, the infinite space in the pause between the last breath and the next. Traces accumulate everywhere. Everything is ephemeral.
Beliefs withdrawn. In their wake, a waking dream.