Experimenting with analogue photographic techniques, unforeseen alignments and radical reconstructions arise in Kiah Pullens' art practice. Mining institutional archives and oft-overlooked imagery; banal and disparate moments are combined to create violent yet beautiful reproductions. By creating new images from old images, the photographs are both in and out of time; elusive qualities are formed by the complex layering of historical and cultural references which generate new expressive and aesthetic potentials.