'The work may appear diverse but there's a common factor; the artist as collaborator, working in alliance with the past. Sasha's role in the work is similiar to that of a ventriloquist or dramatist - unobtrusive but influencial. The apparent absence or anonymity is carefully contrived and multilayered. What is erased from, or added to these images is invariably self evident, but the ramifications of these interventions are significant. Our expectations are frustrated and our understanding contested but like disturbing images in general, it's often difficult to look away and even more difficult to ignore.' (Graham Crowley 2017)