Photography has the ability to capture ephemeral moments and secure that time or experience in a more permanent form and family albums become more deeply significant with the death of a loved one. In her series 'Recollection (my family not my family)' Knight has selected images from personal archives and photographs collected over a period of many years. The protagonists often photographed in unremarkable circumstances are in most cases isolated from their original referent or context - Knight's visual interventions or supplements conflate the past with the present. How are we to make sense of these forgotten stories and anonymous sitters? This work resonates all the more when we consider life's impermanence and our own fleeting histories.