Mounds (2020-2022, ongoing) is an installation of sixty-two photographic prints displaying urban, suburban, and rural piles of used, to-be used, and unwanted piles of miscellaneous material from a range of locations (Scotland, London, New York, and France). Each mound has a unique sculptural quality, and they are often assembled by people and machinery. These construction workers, farmers, business owners, dump trucks (the list goes on) are covert creatives, and the work is in recognition of them, and the beauty of the forms that detritus can take. The work is comprised from a two-year long, ongoing photography collection containing over 200 photos of mounds. 
Rubble Mound within installation, Rocks and Soil, 1.6 x 1.6 x 1.4m
62 digital prints, enhanced matte paper, cold mounted on eco C-Bond board, 50 x 33cm each
Mounds Revisited
Installation Space: 6 x 4 x 2m
Below: A screen recording of the ‘Mounds Revisited’ (2020-2022) e-book, 42 seconds, (printed publication 20 x 24cm).
What happens to Glasgow’s mounds over time? This book shows some of that story.