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Ubiquitous documents the journey through loss. Rediscovering the world and your place within it after that time.
Using photography this story is told through varying shades of light and shadow, hope and despair, life and death.
Bereavement can create a time of readjustment, a quiet period of contemplation which can become a catalyst to start seeing everything anew. Like ripples on the water, change spills out further than you first realised.
A curiosity and comfort can be found in the mundane; everyday moments revealing beauty and sadness, the simplicity and greatness in everything. And as you make your way through the dark towards lighter moments the horizon no longer feels so far away.
Although everything will always feel more delicate, more fragile, like it could be blown away in a breeze. So you cherish the sun on your face, the sound of the crashing waves and when spring returns you finally realize that what you seek cannot be found in any fixed place. It is found everywhere.
This work has grown to represent all those tiny moments, shattered fragments, the missing pieces. They are the quotidian, the banal and the profound. They are the visual footprints through the loneliest yet most universally human experience we have.
Jennifer-Anne is a fine artist based in the South-West. She has a BA (Hons) and MA degree in Photography. Her practise is predominantly focused on the relationship and tensions between abstraction and realisation— often capturing a point in time that communicates the depth of detail within ephemeral, everyday moments and preserving them in an image. At present she is exploring the idea of memory; the tensions between singular and collective memory, how it occupies the liminal spaces of our of world—waiting at the boundaries in fragments of truth. She uses photography as a platform to create contemplative spaces for viewers; sometimes hopeful, sometimes unsettling but always with the intention of provoking further questions for each individual about our relationship to time, memory and our everyday lives.