About the Book
for locations around the world which can convey
the threshold between inner and outer worlds,
time and impermanency. Glover’s small wooden
box, with a pinhole atone end and roll film at the
other, provides the means for her playful and yet
meditative relationship to the world.
These works have been selected by Shirley Read
to bring together specific moments of liminality
so that we may ask ourselves not only about the natureof photographic representation and the role of the photographer in this, butalso about our relationshipto time and our need to step outof the rush of contemporary life in order to understand it.
Gina Glover was born in London, England. She trained in Fine Art at Chelsea School of Art, later obtaining a photography degree at the University of Westminster. She is a co-founder and Director of the Photofusion Photography Centre, London and a freelance photographic artist and lecturer. In 2008 Gina received the Royal Photographic Society's Hood Medal, and she has been twice winner of the Medical Research Council/Novartis/Daily Telegraph Visions of Science Award.