hand for gladness
In an increasingly digital landscape where images are ephemeral and disposable, the value of time is reduced to an invaluable commodity. I am interested in the viewing experience and the interruption of physical space/tangibility of time. These 'in-camera collages' are constructed by cutting and layering new prints, existing photographs and various objects. The scenes are then captured in camera and printed in the darkroom.
8x10" hand printed c-type & silver gelatin, mounted to ACP, metal shelf
Installation View: Blindside Gallery 'Debut xiii' curated by Kiron Robinson. Exhibition Interview and write up: www.blindside.org.au/debut-...