Ship Wrecked
Project info

This series of photographs explores the possibility of the world of spirit touching our reality, the sense of our being separated from other realms. setting sail, going on a journey. The release of the soul.

When my mother died my father remembered he had a dream about a ship waiting for her, a ship of the dead. Strangely another family member had the same dream.

Using a simple process I have embedded faces of my family and friends into fabric. The results were then photographed in an outdoor environment and manipulated to create a feeling of coming through, something piercing the veil.

I imagine these would be large prints, with the faces being life size, up to a metre high, giclee prints on cotton rag (museo max).