ELANOR LUDLAM is an artist who works predominantly with sculpture and installation. Her practice engages methods of repetition; through casting, carving, and impressing. The repeated motif resonates with the expanded metaphor of excavation, wherein the motif and the object that it is held within operate as artefact. It is in this way that Elanor interacts with the archive, finding the motion of gaze and perception within architectural space. Elanor is interested in the ways that the photographic archive holds itself in relation to its parts. This perspective could be a panorama or a cochlear. The act of holding is realised through hands, nets, and poles.