From the series of work entitled "Absences" (2002) which explores the Highland Clearances, an ethnic-cleansing of native peasant farmers in Scotland in the 19th-century to make way for (more profitable) sheep-farming. The exhibition included digital prints and a CD sound-track (Catalogue available here) and was the first sound installation in the Czech Republic. This print shows the 'ghost' of an absent farmer standing outside a typical and still extant crofter's cottage, with peat roof, near Culloden, Inverness.
Digital print on Hahnemuhle paper, A2, 2002. Limited edition of 50. Hand-signed, dated and numbered.