"The most magical object in the show is a small wall-mounted box with a tiny eyehole, through which the viewer can see It is, in fact, dust motes in a beam of sunlight. Shot in Strands bedroom, it is another glimpse of things fragmenting. It is the almost-still centre of a fascinating show from a singular artist whose journey into – and away from photography continues apace in its own quietly subversive way".
Sean Ohagan. Guardian 2015.
"You photograph something then the photograph is split up in to millions of tiny pieces and they go whizzing through the air, then down to your tv set when they are all put together in the right order”
Mike Teavee, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl 1971.