Arabesque is a  work which uses digital technology to create spaces

and movement  from still images.

Spaces are formed that open and close, expose and conceal ; form dissolves into

abstraction, and the figured becomes unfigured.    A sense of ritual and ceremony is

implied by these changes and movements, and the veiling and unveiling of forms

and scenes.

A viewer is surrounded by and drawn into an imaginary world, where what is real

and what is fantasy is uncertain, a synaesthetic world where forms, colours and

patterns offer delight to the senses.

Arabesque finally is poetic rather than narrative in form.