There is stillness within movement, the breath inbetween, while light defines the planes of a space.

I am interested in the possibility of a quality of silence and internal conversation while engaging with an artwork . This series seeks to create work that has the capacity to quieten, if not silence, the viewing experience.

“The silence of these enigmatic and elusive images- minimal, geometric tonal studies- leaves space for contemplation. It’s compelling and sublime work- repeated viewing of which is rewarding. I was reminded of what Ansel Adams once wrote about his take on language and the image: " When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence”
Alison Pilkington.