Thoughts…

Things I think sometimes

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Thoughts…

Things I think sometimes

You Were Here (Part 1) (2014)

You Were Here (part 1) is currently ongoing and documents the ‘evidence’ left by other people that they were here. These photographs represent an inability to assess rationally: the injustice in a household that conspires and the crisis felt when rational thinking becomes

You Were Here (Part 1) (2014)

You Were Here (part 1) is currently ongoing and documents the ‘evidence’ left by other people that they were here. These photographs represent an inability to assess rationally: the injustice in a household that conspires and the crisis felt when rational thinking becomes

No.3 (2013)

No.3 ‘…we take the long route home because we don’t want this to end…’ Moorhen by Great Cynics  For two years the tenants of No.3 invited musicians from all over the world to come into their home and play a

No.3 (2013)

No.3 ‘…we take the long route home because we don’t want this to end…’ Moorhen by Great Cynics  For two years the tenants of No.3 invited musicians from all over the world to come into their home and play a

#hoverlove (2012/13)

Kristianne Drake’s #hoverlove is a very modern work that draws upon classical themes. Drawing upon minimalist presentation strategies, Drake presents virtually identical journeys, but through their repetition and difference, we are reminded of Heraclitus’s celebrated notion that a river is

#hoverlove (2012/13)

Kristianne Drake’s #hoverlove is a very modern work that draws upon classical themes. Drawing upon minimalist presentation strategies, Drake presents virtually identical journeys, but through their repetition and difference, we are reminded of Heraclitus’s celebrated notion that a river is

All The Small Things (2011)

  ‘When will they invent a machine to know who I am?’ Jacques Henri Lartigue As a wife, a woman, an obsessive and a mother, the equilibrium of day-to-day living balances precariously. All the small things in life shape who

All The Small Things (2011)

  ‘When will they invent a machine to know who I am?’ Jacques Henri Lartigue As a wife, a woman, an obsessive and a mother, the equilibrium of day-to-day living balances precariously. All the small things in life shape who

Sometimes Things Just Disappear… (2011)

The nuances of human behaviour elicit the strongest emotional reaction: trajectories within our lives collide and merge. We do not instantly see exactly why or what we are drawn to but we feel a connection: a collective identity however abstract.

Sometimes Things Just Disappear… (2011)

The nuances of human behaviour elicit the strongest emotional reaction: trajectories within our lives collide and merge. We do not instantly see exactly why or what we are drawn to but we feel a connection: a collective identity however abstract.

Change Makers (2010)

Change Makers Who we are and how we came to be where we are transcend cultural, gender and age boundaries: people’s lives create complex narratives that clash and merge at unexpected trajectories stimulating a need for closer examination. Change Makers

Change Makers (2010)

Change Makers Who we are and how we came to be where we are transcend cultural, gender and age boundaries: people’s lives create complex narratives that clash and merge at unexpected trajectories stimulating a need for closer examination. Change Makers