The images in the exhibition are subject-less and object-less and transpire
without a camera or the photographic eye, which is a fundamental negation of the essence of photography.
In the series “Horizon”, I depart from standard dark-room practice by partially
submerging photographic paper in developing chemicals, while exposing
them to daylight for several hours or days. As the chemicals are absorbed,
the developer penetrates the paper and leaves a mark, which varies in colour and shape according to climate and time of year. The resulting trace image resembles a sort of landscape which when hung side-by-side, creates the illusion of a horizon.