Last year Amina Benbouchta's recent works were on view at the Courtauld Institute of Art, dispersed around the school for its student-run East Wing Biennial exhibition, 'Artificial Realities'. The artist photographs herself with covered face in ambiguous dreamlike spaces, between interior confinement and exterior escapism. In one, her bare feet touch the cold earth, grounding her in real space as her body echoes the shape of the tall plants that surround and conceal her. Her clothes, crumpled and undone, are the remnants of her respectable femininity. Like the rough mass of hair she grasps, dress functions as extraneous element, a fissure in an otherwise seamless image.