A kind of kinetic energy is present is in these photographed spaces, where objects and materials appear as if preserved for future movement. A silvery, protective covering pulled over a boat, the dismantled pieces of a wooden structure stacked against a wall or an umbrella closed shut and held in place by tightly wound string. Functionality is deferred. There’s a strange melancholy embedded in this deferral, too; a weightedness that emerges perhaps out of the sense that these objects and materials are ageing not through periods of extensive use but through extended periods of disuse. Rust, sun-faded fabric, salt and wind-worn wood: the accumulated, physical traces of time passed in a state of stillness and rest.