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Remember what you see when you look (2014), 59.44 x 39.62 (image size), digital pigment print on archival matte paper.

Edition of 10 + 2AP, £150 each + P&P

This print is part of a body of work that explores the notions of individual and collective culture-specific memory, and artist's own personal history. Clarity, detail and distance are all part of our ever-changing mind landscape.

Remember what you see when you look won the Runner-Up Prize at the UCL 'Research Images as Art / Art Images as Research' 2014/2015 competion.

In 2016 it was exhibited during Folio Friday at The Photographers Gallery, London.

To purchase this print please contact the artist by email (found in CV & contact page). Deposit of 50% payable by Paypal is required prior to postage.