Untitled (from the Halfway to White series)
60 x 80 cm
The photographs that comprisetouch upon the ambivalence, thickness and spectrality that white can embody or convey, through interferences, micro-textures and loss of coordinates. White is the matrix for an investigation of the variability of presence. White can be emergence, germination; it has also the potential to blind, to be an alert signal, to give forms to altered states of perception. White is essentially unsolved.
MA, Photography, École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie, Arles, France, 2005; DEUG, Philosophy, Université Paris–Sorbonne, France, 2001
Visiting lecturer, Royal College of Art, 2012; Freelance photographer, 2005 to present
Halfway to White, Rencontres d’Arles, Arles, 2012; Objectified, Charlie Smith Gallery, London, 2012; Fieldwork, Regency Town House, Brighton, 2011; New Knowledge, Royal College of Art, 2010