Vivian Cooper Smith's UnNatural Light explores the issues around our sense of self; our identity. A series of documentary style photographic portraits shot, printed, crumpled and then shot again. The surface is appealing, I love scrunched paper and I also love the warping of the portraits. There is something a little uncanny, portraits of us and our worlds crumbling.
I didn't take any photos, except of this, in the other room, 'Hanging Garden' by Caroline Askew. An undulating nightmare wall of crochet and knit, which had a weirdly magnetic effect on both of our woolie beanie heads.