A System (of Measuring Time) (2019)

On film, photographs are separated by tiny spaces of unexposed surface. Their dimension seemingly standardised, they represent in fact various slices of time, from seconds to years. These durations appear as black lines on the photographic contact sheet, becoming essential signs in the photographic language. They are inherent to the mechanism and, by themselves, irrelevant to the human perception of time.

Part of the Graduation Show at the Royal College of Art, London, June 2019

16”x20” C-Type print, framed, edition of 5 + 1 AP