The subject of the work is her daughter and the relationship on display is that between mother and daughter or between photographer and subject.
The work retells spatial stories by depicting a sequence of car interiors and aims to waylay the usual conceptual fantasy that surrounds the car.
Vivid images of the bungalow structures built along the exposed coastline at pagham beach where residents fight hard to maintain this bleak environment.
Photographs of everyday rituals evoke questions about the identity of Julie, now on the way to becoming Jack.
Empty strip clubs and pubs, environments where voyeurism and fantasy is central. The viewer can engage with what these interiors may represent for them.
Pinhole photography requires a different engagement with time and light, more in tune with the original explanation of photography, literally ‘to write with light’.
Blurring fact and fiction, Heller juxtaposes a precisely chosen selection of instants… leading us to catch a sense that something is about to change.
The work explores memory and imagination by investigating the domestic interior and the familiarity we have with objects that surround our everyday lives.
Pictures of stairs taken from around the world. The images reflect both the architectural and atmospheric qualities of stairs and explore their allegorical role.
A series of photographs and digital video stills serving as documentation and reworking of a performance in an abandoned space in SE London.
This work purposefully shuns the key moment, focusing instead on what might be seen as the missed opportunity.