Fourteen years ago an unknown aggressive virus damaged my ability to remember. Things are now easier to recall when my memory is triggered in some way, by people, things or images. Photographs play a huge role in my recollection of the past but there are gaps, for example much of my childhood eludes me, perhaps because no photographs of this period have survived. This body of work aims to provide the 'future' me with a record of the here and now which I am destined to forget. I have lifted the emulsion from images made using wet plate collodion and cast them into resin, transforming the present into the past and representing the fragile state of my own personal archive.
Niki Carlin • Mary Davies • Steven Holden • Sarah Kinsella-Beck • Glen Leigh • Charles Edward Lyth • Sharon McCoy • Rachael Murphy • Mark Roland • Jca Servo •