Jeff Wall talks about how photography is the record of an occurrence, or a non occurrence. I've been thinking about what I'm trying to say or what attracts me to make an image and I think it is down to the occurrence. The couple embracing in a moment together listening to the music, or the plane flying through the clouds. I don't currently have a particular subject in mind, just that there must be a connection between the view and me when the image is made.
The constant I want there to be amongst all my images is the date and time stamp acting as the moment of fact. It almost legitimises the image and puts it into a category of time. This relationship between image and time and the occurrence is what is interesting me at the moment.
In terms of how I think this work will be communicated to the audience, I'd like to follow in Gerhard Richter's foot steps and create a newspaper. Possibly to take over a Newstand on the underground similarly to his Die Zeit newspaper takeover?