‘Laguna’ is a series of process paintings built around horizontal lines; simultaneously based on the landscape of the Venice Lagoon, where flat banks of earth intersect with dazzling, broken reflections of colored houses, and signals from badly tuned analogue television. They are a metaphor for the emotional state of indecision, a lacuna between river and sea, neither salt nor sweet.

They are made from strips on paper cut from previous work and laminated on wood to purposefully mimic wall-mounted flat-screen televisions.