Reflections on Absent Presence

A review by Dr. Rebecca Empson

Miranda Hutton’s photographs cause one to stop – not just to look, but also to pause in thought as one takes in the emotions held suspended in the different bedrooms depicted. There is a sense that tightly held feelings are …

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Portraiture and the Power of Spaces

A review by Magdalene Keaney

It is the knowledge of the death of the occupant that creates a tangible sense of absence in Miranda Hutton’s The Rooms project as the viewer then attempts to read emblematic clues or traces to associate with a lived presence …

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