The show consists of a series of over 100 small printed images, taken in and around Pittsburgh with an iPhone.
The London-based artist trained as a painter then transitioned to writing about art and art theory, before moving into leadership roles in art schools, including Dean of the College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University. About her current artwork she says. "I started taking photos, looking at the overlooked, recording the everyday. I loved the limitations of the technology: it provided something to work against, while focusing on the image and it's structure."