‘What initially caught my imagination about this building was the many thresholds and overlooked areas which, as I began to explore them, revealed a complex and intriguing history. Inspired by this and the idea of conservation and protection so crucial to the life of St George’s, I have used traditional and new media to create an environment through which you can experience things concealed and revealed within the church.
Research has played a vital part in the work. However, the intention has been to go beyond the purely historical and explore the spiritual essence of this sacred space. As Richard Taylor commented in his book, ‘How to Read a Church’, ‘Admiring a church for its beauty or history alone is like admiring a Monet for its frame’.