Drawing from my own personal archive, I am exploring how photography can blend the past with the present as I contemplate what elsewhere is, where it was, and where it could be.

Joanna Furniss’s practice is triggered by intrigue and imagination, from the smallest observation such as a battered front door to the scale of the uncertainty surrounding the future of an entire town.  Joanna develops her work interweaving fact-based research with conjecture, applying processes to create work that aims to entice the viewer to look a little more closely.