Aspects Of Cosmological Indifference: Photos by Nicholas Hughes
The visual reverie of dust particles rising through the projector beam of a darkened London theatre formed the genesis of this series. An observation of light and matter that offered a glimpse into the formation of the universe itself.
In keeping with the practice established in my previous series of working only within walking distance, I sought to minimise my impact in the creation of new work to the nth degree through the capture of dust on the glass top of a scanner bed—making imagery this time without actually leaving the house. The intention being to investigate the ephemeral patina of our existence.