Back and Forth, Come and Go is a series of images created in the year following my relocation to Geelong to live. A new space was born out of my daily rail commute between Geelong and Melbourne.
The series provides glimpses into a liminal space where we are not one place or another; we are halfway between. It is a captured meditation on how people choose to navigate this portal between places, where time transitions and slows.
Brimming with the potential to break our patterns, to turn the switch off, the lights down and allow our heads to be free. It is an intimate, contemplative space. We choose our companions or our solace.
Some text, type, shuffle or sigh. Many more turn into the light, clasp their hands in silence and float through the portal.