Helen Saunders photographic works explore the established compositional language of the painted landscape and cinema, to create spaces that both absorb the viewer and generate suspense.
She has chosen to photograph spaces of transition, which are often points of passage, partially discarded and overlooked. This status is often due to the displacement of our spatial movements through the city to other routes, and so they reveal how the cities networks, and flow of movement has changed.
Rich with debris and traces from previous inhabitants, and the take-over of nature; these elements are re-configured to trigger narratives in the mind of the viewer. Whilst there is a wealth on which to draw from, nothing is certain, building on the inherent ambiguity of these transitional spaces.
Exhibition runs from 6th September - 28th September 2013
Private view: Thursday 5th September 2013, 6:00pm - 9:00pm.
Gallery viewing by appointment.