Sorry I Was Miles Away unfolded through performing solitary acts and creating sculptural forms that explore the paradigms of photography. Often involving carefully composed performances and spontaneous feats of balance, the project disrupts the fabric of the everyday to create short narratives that lie on the boundaries of fact and fiction. Each image foregrounds notions of temporality, with an acute focus on aspects of human finitude. The images may appear ridiculous or even pointless, but their aim is to provoke questions about our relationship with everyday life. For, once the log falls, the cards collapse and the wet footprints disappear, things will continue, undisturbed by the set-up’s temporary presence.
Jack Carvosso (b. 1992 in Southend-on-Ses) is a London-based photographic artist. He has recently graduated in Photographic Arts from the University of Westminster. His work explores the paradigms of photography through performance and sculpture, undertaken both in his studio and around the UK.