Taking as a starting point the location of the death of the last Irish wolf in 1786, three photographic positions are presented, made in and around the mountain.|
A view from this mountain of dead trees is recorded through an analogue multiple exposure, made on site within the camera. As the translucent layers of the multiple exposure cross and build up presence on the surface of the film, a small area becomes more defined and properly exposed. Some form of presence arises from the ephemerally absent. arts of clear and well exposed image.