Timber Mirrors – hexagons sculptures made with lightweight plywood, acrylic mirror and hand printed felt. Early photographic inventions underpin the ideas behind this work. Glass lenses and boxes were assembled to capture the world with light which is one of the functions of this work.
I bring the mirrors on walks with the public to provoke a re-perception of the landscape – urban parks, woods and heritage sites. Timber Mirror Walk makes an homage to Alfred Stieglitz’s Equivalent Series (1928 – 1931) a collection of cloud photographs, that to me, expresses the poetics in the everyday.