Ladder Work 1
(2010)

C-print on archival paper from digital original
60 x 80 cm
edition of 20

From of a series of investigations into dimensionality and spatial relationships.


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Since gravity acts, at least as we perceive it, in a downwards direction, then a ladder is an anti-gravity device (just like a shelf).

If the device providing this ability to proceed along the y dimensional axis (vertical) is translated into another dimension, for example x (horizontal), what happens to our understanding of up and down?