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No Love Lost

Fantasy is played out within the frame of constraints and closeness is kept at a distance. Menace is always present, control is often threatened. These are emotionally charged settings, both plastic and primitive, where the ‘stuff’ of life is all too present.

No Love Lost is a body of work about intimacy and dislocation in a theatre of sexual commodity. These are real encounters that convey a sense of the difficulties of meaningful human connection in spiritually vacant environments.

‘With its melancholic overtones and purposeful imprecisions, No Love Lost certainly possesses a strange and uneasy beauty, but also through its allusions to atmosphere over action, it raises innumerable questions about how we relate to one another- physically, sexually, socially and photographically – transforming such beauty into something much more primal and profound’. Aaron Schuman, British Journal of Photography.