shadows – hold their breath

In shadows – hold their breath the light from a window shadows moves around a corner, and goes back again. Flowing, from the not-yet of the future to the no-longer of the past, constantly in the present the breath, constantly running forward to death. This work explores the notion of time as a multi-dimensional process. The title is taken from a line in Emily Dickinson There’s a certain Slant of light.

Blake Prize Finalist