My work concerns our relation to space, it’s visual representation and the notion of point of view. The primary colours are a reminder of colour photography and the A4 transparent acetate colour sheets construct a series of photographs that call attention to the function and effect of light on colour. The way in which colours affect each other brings a dialogue with Albers’s experiments. The photographic space has a lightness and simplicity that recalls aspects of minimalism, as in Donald Judd’s sculptures. The work questions photography and its specific way to translate colour and institute a viewing position.