Self Imprisonment (1997)

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‘Self Imprisonment’ talks about life’s places through the pathology of those who fear those places, sufferers of agoraphobia.

The work visually explore the life from the perspective of a woman who watches her life disintegrate in a welter of invective and mental abuse.  The series goes beyond the documentary, and fixes on objects whose normality is overwhelmed by the phobic’s terror, and which become menacing symbols of the enormity of the outdoors.