“There are boundaries in nature. There are rivers, forests, escarpments, ravines and mountain ranges; there are cellulose walls. But these boundaries are in fact areas of transaction, semi-permeable membranes. The notion that a perimeter should be impenetrable is a human contrivance alone.”
― Nick Hayes, The Book of Trespass: Crossing the Lines that Divide Us
These works are pigment prints on Japanese paper, overlaid on gold-leaf...the hidden money that controls access to the land. Of course the title "acts of enclosure" also refers to the practice of making photographs, especially in relation to the “frame”.