Photogram/silver gelatin prints (series) 
“The units of sound last only as long as the breath is able.” – Fanny Howe. 
Spoken-word blown glass objects placed on top of light sensitive paper in a darkroom. Light refracts as it passes through the amorphous objects and is chemically fixed on the paper. The glass objects are a form of concrete poetry, making visible the plosive air bound up in respiration and spoken communication, positioning the voice as an interface between language, bodily mechanisms and the wider atmosphere.
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