“Photography concentrates one's eye on the superficial. For that reason it obscures the hidden life which glimmers through the outlines of things like a play of light and shade.”
Reflective squares of distressed mirror tiles more or less formally arranged in the frame. Their reflected light intercepted and bent, smearing their image on to the sensor in my camera, deconstructing the pristine form of the perfect squares into an arrangement of light and shade.
Pure photography (photo - light, graph - writing).
Drawn with light, handwritten marks made with a camera.