EVERYTHING ALL THE TIME NEVER ENOUGH is an abstract look at contemporary existence. In this series Wray considers her experiences with isolation and the growth that has occurred within and around her. Her photographs seek to find movement within the stasis reflected in her immediate surroundings. She draws connections between the observations of rural domesticity and her own need for emotional stillness and stability. Everything All the Time Never Enough explores Wray’s understanding of the necessity of growth developing from decay.

Featured in the show Nothing to Look Forward To But The Past, presented by the TULCA Festival of Visual Arts in Galway, Ireland. Online Exhibition and Publication: 1 December 2020 - 31 March 2021.

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