Nobody has time for everything decostructs the postmodern's rejection of modernist values in photography. 9x12cm hand printed black and white contact prints on 24x24cm paper have been turned backwards and been written on, the written word stands between the viewer and the image so negating the relevance of the photographic contents, the concept is put first. True to the appropriation art's concept of appropriating and recontextualising of existing imagery, the quotes from novels, poetry, plays and theoretical texts remain uncited and within their new context find a new meaning and belong to a new narrative.

originals are 24x24cm in custom built light boxes