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Water and Weight

These images are a metaphor for emotional tensions, the daily struggle between liberation and constraint.  The figures move through the blue fields of water, either celebrating a form of weightlessness or caught by a net and trapped.  The frame of the camera establishes a space which is without horizon, the deep end of the pool, modified by the grid of the net or the whisper of a phrase.

The images are made on film, transferred to digital format and printed as large scale Iris Giclee prints on Hahnemuhle William Turner paper.

All prints are 33 x 47 (or 47 x 33) editioned to 8.