Category: Lacuna

Naipi and Taroba (2013)

Naipi and Taroba (2013), looped projection onto handmade book cover In this piece, part of The Day Remains_ii at the Peltz Room Gallery at Birkbeck School of Art (43 Gordon Square, WC1H) I am continuing to work with liminal spaces. The projection of the waterfalls moves in reverse, metaphorically taking the water back to its […]

Casper’s Forests

These are test pieces following on from an earlier project I have been working on about the Alkali Act of 1863. I am interested in the layering that occurs with a collage of acetone transfers on Japanese papers and the sense of depth they create- these images while referring to a forest, symbolic of the […]


This piece was chosen for the Celeste Art Prize for photography: Lapsus. I was chosen as the first prize winner. The exhibition takes place in Florence at Fondazione Studio Marangoni’s gallery space from 16th May- 15th June 2013.

The Day Remains at 23 Grafton Street, W1

A solo curating project, organized by Chelly Saenz and sponsored by Partner Capital at 23 Grafton Street. The beautiful Georgian front room is transformed into a gallery space for this exhibition of 11 artists’ work. The Day Remains refers to an inversion of the title of the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro (Remains of the Day, […]

My work in DIS/ PLAY 1

Working through ideas of sliding screens, landscapes that alter with display and positioning, I have created a series of hand made book covers with silkscreen colour field prints and photographic transfer collages. The bleached out colours slide in front of the photographic images, variously obscuring them and allowing the viewer only a fragment of the […]


An exhibition of Printmaking and Book Arts at Camberwell College, 3rd Floor Studios- The first of a three part series called DIS/PLAY including a participatory review with all artists and a chance to present a new piece of work  

projections into the night

  Testing out projections of the clouds film in the night onto different surfaces- part of a new project bringing sublime moments to urban settings- in an ongoing collaboration with Giuseppina Esposito as part of Hung, Drawn and Altered curatorial series- Hung, Drawn and Altered, for baylorsanddiamond. Here the inexorable changing of the sky is […]

How deep is your love

Using sugar lift techniques on steel plates, printed onto Japanese paper and mounted on hand made book covers, the liquid outlines of the ‘drawing’ or painting are repeated in different configurations. These are paired back from images of lakes (lacuna 1/2) and become small worlds in their own right- fragmented, small pools are filled in […]

In order to get to this as a final image, I first went through a multitude of different versions, on tracing paper, transparent paper, moving the ink around the surface of the transfer. Although these were interesting experiments, I ended up coming back to the original images and starting from scratch again to find the […]