Starting Aug 26, 2014, and over the following month or so, I posted images and videos from my Non Sequitur project. It was an archive extracted from a found mobile device that I had been quietly editing for a year prior.
This collection reformulates captured minutiae as fiction and can be seen as part of the strand of my practice looking at the formal strategies and the clichés inherent in vernacular genres. As such, it is related to my award-winning series Offset, exhibited at the Whitechapel Gallery in London (2012), and When love is lost for words, exhibited at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (2011).
Non Sequitur also attempts to locate the intersection points of the everyday with photography’s larger conceptual dilemmas, its history and devices. The current edit includes 107 images and six short videos. I am currently working on a book dummy for the project.