60 x 30 x 100 cm
Everything In-Between is a series of copper sculptures investigating the rhizomatic role the metal plays within the representational limitations of modern photography. In a fully structured system like photography, copper is an element that is capable of the photographic process yet allows for far more potential than the system does. A materiality like copper therefore disrupts the current order of knowledge. Expanding the realm of contemporary photography beyond its field, the categories we have created are exploding rapidly and call for restructuring of previously conceived systems therefore invoking a return to materiality. Returning to a truth to material in this context is returning to a truth to existence.
The Death of The Image and Birth of Photography
Central Saint Martins
Degree Show One