A record of experimental monoprints using a combination of traditional Quink and more contemporary inkjet and metallic inks printed onto professional inkjet photographic paper.
The images were then photographed to produce a further layers and reflections on the surface of the paper.
SARAH HINDS was born in Barnehurst in 1966. She graduated from Leeds Polytechnic in the 80's with a degree in Home Economics . She spent far too many years working for local government and more recently returned to study Photography at The University of Westminster. She has exhibited work around the country including the V&A, the Stark and Nucleus Galleries. In 2001, photographer Barry Lategan selected her work to be exhibited alongside his work at the Islington Mill in Salford. In the same year her work was selected by the Association of Photographers Gallery in London and shortlisted for the London Photographic Awards Sarah is currently based at a studio in The New Art Centre in Medway and is working on experimental methods of printmaking and photography, combining traditional and contemporary inks and papers. Previous publications of her work include: On a Dutch (2003) SE8: Reflections on Deptford (2003) Achterhuis (2204) Decent Homes (2005).