Doors, 2011
21 Photographs on door
20 x 27 cm each
20 photographs of doors put in a "neutral" white space and mounted on one of the doors of the room.
The work title refers to their contents and their support but takes its name from William Blake's "The marriage between heaven and hell", which contains the (famous) phrase: “If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, infinite." (It gave its title to a book by Aldous Huxley that gave the name to the rock group the Doors).
It’s the room itself, an ancient ceremony room for marriages, that lead to the text by Blake which contents and meaning I relate to the idea of dissipative structures.