Stewart Hardie

"A Point Of Departure" responds to our ever changing environment by reflecting upon the molecular and temporal topography of the city. 

Through the facade of construction and destruction a hauntology is revealed. 

The result is a space made for population but inhabited by no one. 

By intentionally disrupting the surface of the image, Stewart Hardie reflects the disruption that reconfiguration imposes on the city environment. The work displays a sense of progressive movement and fluidity but also regression towards a point of decay and no return.