This series of 12 images is one outcome of a project exploring how and why mankind will return to the Moon. Photographs from the Apollo mission archives are digitally reworked, projected, then sealed on polaroid film via a camera.
With Mars the overshadowingnextdestination for many state and privatised space programmes, the possibility of astronauts returning to the Moon may depend on space tourism industry to facilitate any future trips.
The images depict the Moon as a possible future holiday destination, populated by lunar tourists who crowd in and about the footsteps of Aldrin, Armstrong and co.
Holiday Snaps were also curated as part of a collaboration with Shing-Tat Chung entitled Never In A Million Years, first exhibited at the Folkestone Triennial 2011.
Right: 6 selected from series
When the home stops
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A lone man appears in various routine predicaments at the service of a domestic robot - who appears to have completely stopped functioning.
The series of ‘still lives’ explores what can happen if our trust and dependence on artificial intelligence goes too far.