May 2021 marked the centenary year of the Partition of Ireland. A county boundary became an invisible political battlefront overnight. Long after the checkpoints and blockades, the remains of abandoned infrastructures and lands show little sign of life except for farm animals and neglected villages. The borderland continues to be a space that has been forgotten by local people on both sides creating an unconscious void that acts as a crossing point from one place to another.
This is an ongoing body of work.