South Africa (2008- )
Abandoned structures exist within transformed landscapes. They remain as isolated monuments to bygone eras, although sometimes become adapted to current needs. New constructions in otherwise outdated spaces, similarly stand as solitary signposts, but point to what the future holds.
This uneasy mix of structural elements on the shifting South African landscape creates a melange of perceived opposites; the past, present and future, wealth and poverty, black and white, power and helplessness. These strange juxtapositions of elements can be seen as a reflection of the ‘state of the changing nation’.