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STRAIGHT LINES, 2016 Artist's statement

This work was made at a gallery and disused deli 'Geddes Gallery' in London's Kings Cross area.


I watched the weather, positioned myself in the space and waited for the scarce winter sun to come through the small domestic windows. I used mirrors and coloured gels to redirect the trajectory, sending the direct light darting across the walls of the domestic space.

Printed and manipulated in the darkroom I salute the deli’s past, its pretty packaging and orderly displays. Shot with (and shots of) the same light that shines on all other things.


This site-specfic work was made at the temporary 'Geddes Gallery' in Caledonian Road, the site of an old-fashioned disused Italian Delicatessen and flat above the shop. Part of a group exhibition '26 Caledonian Road'.

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