Immersing herself in the subterranean sections of a working limestone quarry in the South of France, the artist Tooney Phillips has recorded its changing geometric formations for over twenty years through observational drawing and photography (at various times of the day and year.)

By means of the language of drawing Phillips uses line, space and form to describe the very nature of this landscape exploring the ambiguity of solid and void in two-dimensions.

Where the space ends are where her drawings begin.