The summer of 2013 I spent some 3 weeks perched high over the sea in a tiny, humid house carved directly from the cliff in Polignano al Mare in Puglia. Frustrated by the limitations of my smallish drawing pad I reoriented the drawing to allow the horizon to reach diagonally across the page. What resulted was a precarious disequilibrium as the vanishing point glides endlessly along the horizon. In some of the images I have taken bits and pieces of the town architecture and confounded them with the natural setting – to conjure the way we carry memory images when they have been unleashed from geography or locus. In others I have recomposed the composition to see the dizzying view from the balcony directly into the turquoise water beneath. The piece attempts to fathom the way the sky – with its infinite depth — enfolds us in breathable air and atmosphere and touches the ever- elusive horizon that tries to mark the edge of the sea as it reaches towards us, slicing the world as it too recedes into immeasurable space.