Depicting England’s south-eastern coastline, the series Sehnsucht, which means 'Yearning'
in German, examines space in flux. Romney Marsh is explored both as a physical entity
and as an emotional landscape. The sea and marsh become a metaphysical abstraction,
alluding to notions of distance and longing. This body of work stems from feeling homesick
and is an exploration of space; where one landscape seems to end and another one begins.
The instability of the constantly encroaching sea upon the marsh and this distance between
shore and home makes the separation from one’s own land seem even greater.

C-Type hand prints in limited edition