"They perhaps capture the surrealism of daily life, a sense of loss and confusion, the feeling that one ambles through disconnected fragments of a dream or nightmare," she said to Vogue. "I like the idea of creating little windows into a narrative, allowing for anyone to fill up the missing pieces with their own stories."The black and white images, shot on medium format film and shown within the context of their original negative, are like surreal fragments of a dream or nightmare. Using long and double exposures as well as props and distorting mirrors, her camera becomes a portal into the mind of a fictional character.
Shot on location, in a derelict house in Bethnal Green, the ruins become a character in themselves, the murky mind-scape from which one cannot escape.
(© Charlotte Colbert, via Gazelli Art House)