Closer consists of two distinct series of photographic images each accompanied by soundworks that are presented on the two sides of a limited edition phonograph record. Conceived as an investigation into modes of representation, Closer explores the folds of time and the spaces between seeing and hearing. The first of the photographic series in the exhibition consists of seascapes that draw the viewer towards a state in which time and place are lost to oceanic expanses of the image. Measuring 1m x 820mm and finished to a high degree each image possesses a strong visual impact, hinting towards the possibilities of the sublime. This contrasts with the other series of images that catalogue a seemingly random selection of 7 inch records. These discs formerly the property of an unidentified broadcaster are pictured with an accompanying sheet that records, by way of a rubber stamp, the date that each was played on the radio. The materiality of the records pictured is linked to the specificity of the dates that each has been played and handled. The third element of the exhibition is a phonograph record containing two soundworks that are closely related to the images. One side of the record is filled with a recording of the ceaseless roar of the ocean, opening the single moment of the images to the possibilities of duration and to other ways of telling. The other side of the record presents a series of clicks and pops sampled from the pictured discs. Each audible “event” is arranged within the continuum of the new record at once memorialising the accidental and freeing it from the specificities of time.