Photographed by Justin Dingwall
"This is where we find ourselves, we are in the moment of being rerouted. We face a choice for a different path, a new course, an unfamiliar way to get to our destination. We had plans, our journeys mapped out until we were unexpectedly forced to change direction. This art series is a commentary on our current situation, and the unexpected roads we must navigate. It focuses on travel, and how restrictions on our movement affect every aspect of our lives. From visiting loved ones, going to and from work, and many other activities, travel forms a predominant part of life. Without it, we experience separation and loneliness, financial loss, retrogression… society just stops. Voyaging is largely how society progresses, as humans explore, learn, and find new pathways and livelihoods. We cannot move forward without travel. By foregrounding representations of movement - in the imagery of bicycles, motorbikes, and planes, this series investigates feelings about freedom of movement"