A walk down to Barns Ness trying to photograph deep time. How does one picture 320 billion years of time in a single exposure of a 320th of a second? This was a vexing problem that I tried to work through while on a photography expedition out near Dunbar.
How can thinking of bodies through smell reveal the complexities of the embodied relations between them? This is a meditation on how we interact with other bodies through their smell, and how smell reveals their inner workings in ways that sight or sound do not.
Cats are an unlikely fluid: rather surprisingly, according to rheology, cats can also flow! But what can the flow of cats tell us about our understanding of deep time?