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A defining aspiration stimulating the development of photography was to fix light, giving enduring form to fleeting shadows. Its achievement became and remains ubiquitous. Amongst other things, these works seek to unfix these old shadows, or perhaps to dramatise that they were never fully fixed—slowed, certainly, but ultimately not stable.

As light changes, so too the image. A positive when lit from above becomes a negative when lit from the side, the image dissolving into a wan spectre when lit from the front.