Blind Imagination creates an opening through to our imagination, the viewer as he or she is presented with an unfamiliar transgression of images, causing our rooted concepts of reality to inevitably shift, a present rewiring of the familiar. These underlying connotations that come with the absence of the sun: blindness, silence, and vulnerability. Exploring concepts which this emphasises, allows the viewer to escape through an altered path and encourages the imagination to flow to new avenues.
By the use of subtle and intimate light, drawing the viewer closer to the danger of complete nightfall. These images could be said to have been talking of a presence, waiting in the unknow and our imagination, a materialisation within the sombre night. By pointing to a dearth of human activity, reinforced by the darkness when most are asleep or away from one another; thus creating a sense of loneliness and melancholy within the image.