"It all became about the road. The open road."

Brendan Barry has travelled 22,000 miles across the United States over the last year, getting up at dawn and driving until dusk. Barry says he's in search of something, but "I do not know if I have found it yet though as I haven't worked out what it is I am looking for." Photographing life on the road, in cheap motel rooms and small diners, he reveals an alienated and anti-domestic life, full of oddities and banalities. With images showing a stillness that seems to oppose the concept of movement, the series Roads demonstrates the aching restlessness and discontent of seeking.