Jennifer Smith is a woman with too many cameras. She is driven to use these to process the world around her, replacing the non-answer of biography with images. Her work attempts to communicate themes of obsession, pain, degeneration, isolation - an elastic fear and yearning for intimacy. These images seek the point to which things can be pushed before collapse.

My grandmother died of lung cancer last June.  I took a lot of photographs.

She was very catholic.  I was not.  My relationship with her was coloured by that and by a million different things and now when I try to think my way around them I’m brought up short.  I cannot proceed.  There is only ambiguity.

And photographs.

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night / before by Jeniifer Smith

  • Venue

    FLOW Photofest Wall @ Eden Court Theatre

  • Address

    Bishop’s Road Inverness IV3 5SA