photographic print series
2009 & 2021

The communication towers in Iceland sporadically dot the landscape, suggesting a meandering invisible line that connects one community to the next, and the to the outside world. They appear in a variety of locations, such as in the middle of a private field, nestled into the mountains, or situated proudly in the centre of towns, with the basic form typically being a box and a tower. However, the towers are also highly individualized structures which could be interpreted as a unique sculptural language, using variations in shape and number of objects to define and contrast a particular topographical place.