The Seven Sisters National Park (England) series is part of a larger ongoing project observing nature from specific locations. Informed by ‘psychogeography’ as coined by the Situationist and through investigating episodic and semantic memory, the resulting work acts as a mediated index of the locality of the visited terrain through the collection of materials gathered as evidence of the visit.
The overall process involves discovering a location and, while there, gathering material. Next, I create a cameraless photograph employing the use of a scanner, scannograms, reconstructing a sensory memory of the location.
Exhibited at Show Off, Espace Pierre Cardin, Paris and at Love Art Fair in Toronto and AFF in New York.