Non-Place is an ongoing archive of photographs taken between places.
This archive uses Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle as an analogy. In quantum theory, we cannot measure the position (x) and the momentum (p) of a particle with absolute precision. The more we know of one, the less we know of the other.
Taken whilst in transit and featuring reflections, refractions, and fragmentation this archive explores notions of liminality, belonging and identity.
If we understand one of these elements, the others fall away.