D r a w i n g
These drawings are a way of remaining in the memory of, or revisiting the experience of, a place. Photographs made at the time are quite random and are generally uncomposed; often they frame the gaps or clearings between things or under things. The drawings bear a strange relationship to their locations, seeming to be no longer part of that world or even, fully, of this one.
Julia's Drawing 2015, Graphite on paper (1200 x 700mm)
Birch Clearing 2010, Graphite on paper (620 x 380)
Birch Mass 2011, Graphite on paper (900 x 650mm)
Meets the ground 2011, Graphite on paper (297 x 420mm)