Death is an unattainable container - we cannot know what it is to die - we are restricted to the act of mourning.
These salt lake photographs present death as a body of water contained by the salt crust of the lake - the crust of life. Once pierced the pool is opened and you cannot return. The crust is submerged and there is only death. This elaborates on the theory that you cannot know death until you are engulfed by it - you cannot reference it until you experience it, a paradox.
What if I Fall Asleep?: digital print on cotton rag, 100 x 100cm, 2014
Liverpool St Gallery
photos by artist