In Absentia

In Absentia Parts 1 and 2 explore a poignant connection to the experiential landscape, with particular focus on the ephemeral nature of the sea and its ability to evoke autobiographical reflection. Through a childlike fascination with collection, within video and installation, the motif of the glass jar becomes a poetic metaphor of an attempt to preserve time and memory; it secondarily functions to suggest the unexpected sensation of claustrophobia, felt on moving to a landlocked town after 16 years living on the coast.

An extract of the video piece can be found at

A selection of photographs and stills from the exhibition of the installation and video elements of the project:

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