Horizons

Horizons

When I lived in the city I found myself always wanting to see the sky, not just a patch visible between buildings but an uninterrupted field of view that gives the sky weight, emotion and a narrative. I moved back to Liverpool and the water front gave me a sense of space in the city, a boundary, a horizon, a place where the elements could be experienced allowing you to breathe.

I now live in a seaside town where you can constantly sense the relationship between the sky and the sea and go walking with a view of the line where the two of them interact. One element of my visual practice is dominated by this notion of space and depth, the line where spaces meet, the possibilities and tensions of just over the horizon.