When photographs of train tracks are sliced and cut up, reformed and placed next to one another, I am choosing to give them something in common – texture versus colour – place versus style – industry versus nature. Each line of images perceived against the other allude to their interconnection as a narrative of fibre and textile is professed in a very particular way; the spectator is free to notice what occurs to the reformatted tracks, what crosses their mind as they look.
This work is presented at the VIII World Textile Art (WTA) Biennial of Contemporary Textile Art, Photography Textile Image Salon, Museo Del Traje, Madrid, September 17th to November 3rd, 2019 (https://madrid2019.wta-online.org/).