His studio in Suffolk is crammed full of his discovered treasures, each one carefully labelled and stored in his museum of curios. The artefacts filling the shelves and cupboards are random. Each object has been chosen on a whim, a response to colour or shape or texture and most importantly its potential to be remade and refashioned into something else. The recent work "Relics" is a series of images of Bill's curios preserved by the camera as studies in his cabinet of curiosities.
Above: 15 Relics installed together at the Front Room October 2011
As a final twist Bill presents each printed photograph as discreet objects themselves. His "Relics" are all framed within two pieces of glass mimicking the idea of dissection slides.