Flowers for Zaha (Miami), 2016


"In 'Flowers for Zaha', the exotic, elegant lightness of the screen is interrupted by a single black square in the centre-left. This is not simply an aesthetic ploy. It represents the shocking death of his dear friend Zaha Hadid who passed away in Miami and is, in many ways, a quiet gesture that acknowledges the impossibility of describing such loss, beyond the void. The red orchid against the black ground marks both the presence and absence of a loved one." – author and curator Paul Greenhalgh in The Art of Light.

Stained glass screen in an edition of 10 unique variants plus 3 artist's proofs, published by and available from HENI.