360 Degrees, is a relationship interpreted as a circle, incremental portraiture in 36 images, attempting to capture thought and expression, an unending and circular conversation. The work invokes time, and the cumulative and continual motion of a relationship. The work is exhibited as projected slides. Shown in sequence they reinforce the circular theme, implying a conversation between two people, being viewed from one to the other.
Media: slide projection, size variable (2012)
porTRAITure : a multi-screening photographic installation
The work was exhibited as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe in 2010 at Stone Squid experimental art space in Hastings.