All the while clamouring for a piece of the world's true core

Dimensions: w: 14.8cm, h: 10.5cm
Photographs (52): 2012–2019
Book: 2019

The title is a quotation from The Meursault Investigation, by Kamel Daoud. The work is inspired by Daoud’s revelation of our cultural blindness and questions our limits. It aspires to an expanded perception at an individual and a social level. In doing so, the work explores the spaces between us, and between us and the world, while searching for meaning.

All the while... is also inspired by The Early Years, a small book of photographs by André Kertész (Norton, 2005).

The work exists in two versions. The first consists of 44 separate photographs printed on glossy 10x15cm paper in a hand-made envelope. The second version comprises 52 photographs printed on rice paper, stab bound in four separate sections that are contained in a grey slipcase.

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