Liquēre: Latin verb meaning “to be fluid”
Photography is often a literal transposition of reality, but it can also blur boundaries. These images aim to confound the viewer. Submerged, reflected and refracted; the figure is presented in an almost abstract way. The pared back form becomes sculptural with the subtle modulations of light and motion. These are transitory moments of movement – the figure and the water perfectly meeting each other in a moment of flux.