Escapes inhabits a vibrating energy between a silent atmosphere and unrevealed stories. It intuitively explores the vernacular, capturing a feeling, through noticing fragmentary moments in everyday life.
Location and context is irrelevant. Rejecting any presupposed narrative structure, the viewer is invited to dig bellow the visible surface of the image to create an individual experience of the work. The succession of questions in the images are more important than pointing to a series of neat answers or any certain reality. These photographs come into a self-referential dialogue, echoing and playing off of one another; the folded sheets of a bed, white waves in the sea, a double waterfall and heavy curtains curled into themselves.
It is in this way that photographs allow me to bridge the space between my lived experiences.