“A series of large-scale colour photographs, each one depicting a collapsed body, all taken at the end of private rave parties in rural Hampshire, photographed between 1983 and 1996 on a miniature auto-focus camera they were blown up to larger than life size for exhibition rendering the bodies fragile. In 1988 these were shown at The Shoreditch Biennale bonded in plastic and hanging on the playground walls of a closed down primary school – this installation proved to highlight the vulnerability of the bodies”
Afterwards is a simple straight photographic style project with complex connotations about humans. It documents young people passed out after what we assume is a heavy night drinking/drug taking. This comes from the details within the images, which don’t look staged, but gritty and dirty.