© Deb Bain-King

Dislocation series

Neuroscience has proven that memory is built upon connection to place. The psychogeography of displacement and loss of connection to place are explored through performative actions in landscapes of significance, places where lives have changed. "It takes time to research the stories and meet with the landscape. A gathering of details of a story and a place into shapes in my mind happens. Then I set my camera to sequence capture and work with speed. It is unpredictable."

Photo credit: Deb Bain-King

ELEMENTAL 2, Peat Burial, performative action, Scalloway, Giclee print, Somerset Museum rag, 42 x 29 cm, 2019

Photo credit: Deb Bain-King

ELEMENTAL 1, Leaving, performative action, Unst, Giclee print, Somerset Museum rag, 70 x 50 cm

Photo credit: Deb Bain-King

Averaging a Dislocation, performative action, Giclee print, Somerset Museum rag, 30 x 40 cm, Footscray, 2017.