For this exhibition, I’ve chosen a group of seven large circular pieces. One came from a period when I decided to spend a lot of time walking at night. It is probably the time that when I am on the moor I feel most out of any time period. I feel as if I could be walking today or I could be walking several thousand years ago. The night walking also connects to the place in which the pictures are made, the darkroom. I’m interested that I’ve chosen to make a form of art where the making takes place somewhere like a cave. Somewhere you illuminate – it’s a primitive, simple place in which I’m using ...


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