This body of work was made in Kyoto, by the banks of the Kamo river. It comprises a series of images of couples of all ages and backgrounds, sitting by the river- talking, courting, taking lunch, or simply watching the river flow together. Historically, the Kamo river has been the location for such activity for many, many years. The couples are seemingly separate groupings, but they are essentially united by and inseparable from, the ‘constant’ backdrop of the flowing river.
The work exists in print form, but was also recently shown in Kyoto as a slow dissolve video installation in the Weissraum Gallery which is situated by the Kamo river itself.