The Grown-ups Are Talking. examines the emotional consequences of adult relationships as they unravel within the confines of the home.

Moths blemish and soil the stark interiors with their quiet desire and self-destruction, quietly breeding, their destructive behavior endlessly repeating.

The everyday colludes with erotic nature. Dried flowers are fixed and taped in place, whilst mounds of dust take life, become re-animate. Chimneystacks of empty cocoons echo with hushed mutterings that refuse to be given voice.

This video installation talks in whispers of the old love and beauty as it is assailed by the stale truths that linger within the walls; sorry, sordid tales of what has happened and what will always happen here.