Corne's photographs of the urban landscape introduce an order and context into dislocation and reveal the discoverable space in the unseen.

The photographs are not limited to the moment the shutter is released but suggest what happened before and what could happen after. In many ways it is the after, with its fleeting, destructible and almost impossible to recapture forms, that is more important than the moment.

She uses color to intensify light and space, from the glowing turquoise wall in the forefront, surrounded by the black charred remains of the house, with little left but the pink wall that not even the fire could touch in the destroyed living room and all of this valueless mess, carefully protected by silver razor-wire.

Janet Corne