I am honoured to have taken part in this project. Thanks Emily!
Emily’s photograph currently resides in Beckenham (a London suburb, or a town on the fringes of Kent depending on your point of view), on our dining table. The photograph is a delicate thing and handling it makes me worry protectively at its ephemeral nature and about its onward journey, but hey it made it from Canada to here (thanks, Karen!).
It’s been both fascinating and daunting to see artworks accumulate around the project’s central image. For my own contribution I wanted to make a work that could not exist without Emily’s photograph; I deliberately set out to make an adjunct to it.
My immediate question on receiving the package was what was going on on the train when Emily took her shot. So, I got on the train to find out.
Once I started photographing people in the carriage, I realised it was their hands that would tell my story…
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