‘If a place can be defined as relational, historical and concerned with identity, then a space which cannot be defined as relational, or historical, or concerned with identity will be a non-place’ (Marc Augé, Non-places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity).

Globalisation and urbanisation are creating ever more of these Ballardian ‘non-places’ - homogenised, anonymous spaces where we spend so much of our time, in ‘a world…surrendered to solitary individuality, to the fleeting, the temporary and the ephemeral’. 

My work, influenced by the concept of psychogeography, explores the passage of time, identity and alienation in ‘non-places’ of transit.
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