Sunday, 24 April 2011


   By taking photographic portraits of people using reflections in millponds and rock-pools Ginny Munden allows the subtle, ambiguous distortions of the water to give an oneiric dimension to her work.

   She has also photographed the interiors of oaken cubes, carved by Declan Field, tapping into the enduring psychological attraction of labyrinths. 

  Ginny Munden's unassuming and perceptive images gently remind us of the transcendental power of the commonplace. 

   Her exhibition can be seen at the L'ARC Scene Nationale, Le Creusot, France, until 7th May 2011.