Alexandra Hughes' work casts an intimate lens over the minute and the quotidian in an attempt to magnify the ephemeral moments that punctuate our existence. Her practice gravitates towards the abstract and poetic, where light is a primary tool for the investigation of physical phenomena and natural flux. 13 Hours of a White Wall (2009) re-negotiates the conventions of the gallery's surfaces and evaluates the photographic medium as a mechanism and method for archiving time.
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