"I still get lost in the streets and waterways where my father lives. Barbados Key, Maldives Way, Seychelles Drive, Mauritius, Bermuda, Malibu, Monaco, Sorrento, Havana. Everything here is younger than I."
Photography does not depict truth, it is with this critical eye, practiced at mistrusting photographs – that the view of the landscape is questioned.
Water is transformative and manipulative, temporal and mobile, with the power to transform a place quickly at any moment. Kate van der Drift uses its materiality and multivalence as a metaphor within Eventual Efflorescence - her most recent study of place.