Images from a development at Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2002. After hoardings were erected I was drawn to accumulating traces left by passers-by upon their surfaces and began to photograph their gradual erosion over the proceeding months.
SPECIFICATIONS Slipcase, ply/balsa/aluminium 20 folds in full colour, both sides 122mm x 163mm (folded) 158mm x 2440mm (fully unfolded) 28 colour images 300gsm satin duo-sided Mock ‘spot UV’ effect manually applied Dummy edition of 2
This series of images are derived from a combination of aerial photographs and other images shot 'on the ground' during various trips to North America, 2012-2016.
The title Hohlweltlehre references an elusive mythical notion - linked in the past to occult secret societies and conspiracies - that proposed the Earth as almost entirely hollow. Hohlweltlehre also proposed the Earth’s surface as in fact underground and therefore the surface of the earth sitting upon its concave curvature.
SPECIFICATIONS Softcover, photo-illustrated dust-jacket 48 pages in full colour and black and white 158mm x 210mm 28 colour images 6 black and white images Coptic stitch, exposed spine Cyclus 140gsm Dummy edition of 6
Moments both significant and insignificant from everyday life, each one titled in an attempt to remember the meaning of a memory as it otherwise fades and changes continously as time passes between the now and the then.
SPECIFICATIONS Softcover, plain dust-jacket 48 pages approx. in full colour 150mm x 210mm 42 colour images approx Coptic stitch, exposed spine Dummy edition of 1
26th, March 2011: Scenes from a semi-suburban spaghetti western shot in Surrey.
I took a walk out from beyond the edge of London and up into the Surrey hills with my camera phone while reflecting on a great aunt - born and reared in the rural south west of Ireland - who lived out the remainder of her days there.