Afterglow is a meditation on light and its absence, comprising neither start nor finish, but the ever changing nuances of colour and tone between the extremes day and night. The viewer's perception is highlighted as senses continually adjust to and reinterpret the ever changing light.

Afterglow was devised and created with Sallyann Carlin who later showed a film of the piece at Wirksworth Festival, 2009.

Supported by Arts Council England and National Lottery Supported by New Environmental Economy (via the Peak District National Park Authority) Supported by New Environmental Economy (via the Peak District National Park Authority)