Slipping Glimpse

The term “Slipping Glimpse” is a phrase coined by the celebrated abstract expressionist painter William De Kooning. Its a phrase he employed when he felt he was seeing at his most clearly. A kind of in between vision something a kin to visual falling. While these works may not symbolize falling there is a sense of slippage that I want convey one that I envisaged is more in line with transpiration and transformation – where the viewer may slip back and forward between the real world and the ‘imaginary world’ of photography. Perhaps even re-assessing what is considered to be the “real world.”

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