‘Everyone Will Leave at Exactly the Same Time’
‘Everyone Will Leave at Exactly the Same Time’ encounters traces of things left behind against visible and intangible boundaries that shape our current human experience. Inspired by a cultural indifference to the environment now experienced in the UK, the work situates itself between the natural and artificial. Experimenting with the scale of the two elements against one another, the work explores themes of control over the landscape and the effect it has on our sense of place. Utilising a muted palette, warm but silent, the work evokes a feeling of falling into another’s dream.