The departure point is an interest and engagement with escape. Materials are abandoned or redundant buildings, rooms and their contents; spaces in a state of transition. They constitute a playground for exploration where photography is used to document what is found, describing a gap, a forgotten section and a sense of amnesia. As protagonist and editor there is a personal exploration of the psychology as well as physicality of spaces and things, documented and framed to reveal new narratives. These are snapshots of a moment that immediately become a history. They might be real or fabricated. Chance and coincidence rub up against the planned and displayed. In capturing and reproducing these viewpoints, the work invites a form of time travel, playing with and suggesting new alliances from our collective memory in familiarity and reproduction. The choice and placement of work in exhibition builds a visual connection with the formal qualities of each space, confusing the locations of where these images are taken. Knitting together these visited spaces to construct the extended mythology Lacuna Island.