‘Hineni’ is about that which you can see, a candlelit face, the nape of an ex-lover’s neck, that light on those trees in the garden of a house you no longer live in. It is about all things delicate and beautiful, made silent, turned to stone. It is about the monochrome abstraction of passion and sorrow; about how many binaries can exist in a single moment. My never-ending search for peace. All the words left unspoken, everything we never dared to say out loud. I hear these words when I see these photographs, as if they hang within the fibres of the paper.
It is as much about you as it is about me. What echoes do you hear?