Specialising in collage, contemporary artist Edie Baker creates new narratives from predominantly ephemeral images, sourced from magazines, books or those discarded on the street. Content is often brutally cut or edited, resulting in final pieces that speak more of what is absent, rather than that which is present. This treatment leads to work that is sometimes awkward, sometimes humorous, sometimes provocative but almost always surreal. Exploring ways in which we read, understand and respond to images, the work aims to allow room for the viewer to conjure up their own personal narrative beyond the boundaries of the visual presentation in front of them.