The Clay series was made amidst ancient clay cliffs in Greece. The photographs are fragile performances. Photographic moments made in silent places where few walk to.
In the stillness, the strange unity of the layers of clay and the living body reveal itself.
The body can be seen in the context of iconography, part of the process of earth and time. The layers of the clay lie next to the layers in the body, they are one and the same, closer than we think.
Myth appears in the use of colour, invoking a wild feminine and a Venusian element which the Italian poet Foscolo wrote about in this place.
Clay asks us to look at how close we are to the earth, how its changes are linked to our own.