Mont Saint - Michel, Normandy, France 2002
Print size: 32 x 22 cm including white border
"My work, in order to be successful in my eyes, needs to reveal and conceal at the same time. I put humankind at the centre of any work I produce, as well as the human conditions that are universal to us. If I don't show people in the frame, their presence is felt. It feels as if my work is strung together by an invisible thread, as I revisit themes again and again with varying approaches.
This photograph was taken in Northern France in 2002, in a marshland that floods with the tides. It looks toward Mont Saint-Michel, which you can only just see shrouded in mist.”