All The Small Things
'When will they invent a machine to know who I am?'
Jacques Henri Lartigue
As a wife, a woman, an obsessive and a mother, the equilibrium of day-to-day living balances precariously. All the small things in life shape who we are and how we behave; the pegs holding the clothes on the line physically become a metaphor for the unseen, whilst playing out the behaviour of the obsessive. The line becomes a stage for portraits of one woman and her family.