turning to a stone, 2018, cyanotype, artist-made brass frame 30 x 40cm






















a bend in this dream II, 2018, brass, lurex thread, wire, 280 x 120cm





















turning to a stone II, 2018 hand etched de-silvered mirror, light box, timber, 30 x 40 cm


























a bend in this dream, 2018,  cyanotype, artist-made brass frame, 30 x 40cm
























hands, 2018, paino wire, lurex thread, wire, 120 x 80 cm



























moving in circles, 2018, cyanotype, artist-made brass frame, 30 x 40cm
























a bend in this dream III, 2018, hand etched de-silvered mirror, light box, timber, 30 x 40 cm





















































holding on to the stream II, 2018, hand-etched de-silvered mirror, light box, timber, 30 x 40cm


































loop, 2018, water fountain pump, shower, 200 x 60 cm (Image copyright Zan Wimberley)





















twin streams, 2018, cyanotypes, artist-made brass frames,  150 x 225cm  (Image copyright Zan Wimberley)

























Image copyright Zan Wimberley





















untitled, 2018, single-channel video, contonous loop, 10 x 15 cm  




















loop, 2018, water fountain pump, shower, 200 x 60 cm




Drawing on the writing of Lyn Hejinian, it’s hard to move away from turning water took a boxed archive of 35mm slides stored within a pebblecrete shower cubicle as an allegorical site from which to contemplate the fluidity of forms as they are presented, viewed and recalled across time. Via sculpture, cyanotype, mobiles and de-silvered mirrors, imagery drawn from within the slide archive is fragmented, transposed and re-composed ~ generating new forms across the bathroom and gallery while a body of water performed a continuous loop at the threshold dividing the spaces.