AT THIS TIME
At This Time explores ideas of familiarity, temporality and visual perception. Photography, video and drawing are used to shed light on an array of overlooked details from within the realm of the everyday. From the phenomenological displays of light that occur throughout the day within domestic interiors, to the random plots of ground that we traverse, this exhibition focuses on the details so often relegated to the periphery of normal vision. Through its careful documentation of such details, this body of work offers a thoughtful and measured reflection on the richly textured patina of our everyday environments.