'All of Albani’s image– text compositions in A Moment in the Life convey, perhaps even perform a lesson for us about, Woolf’s visual imagination. But they also express Albani’s own powerful visual imagination, which confirms Woolf’s insight that “the arts are closely united” (Essays 6 44)'

– Professor Ben Hagen, Virginia Woolf Miscellany, Fall/Winter 2021 .


'One day walking round Tavistock Square I made up, as I sometimes make up my books, 'To the Lighthouse' wrote Virginia Woolf.


This pamphlet visually reimagines this ‘moment’ on a summer afternoon in London’s Tavistock Square, 1925, using Virginia Woolf’s own words from letters, diaries and excerpts from the novel.


Published 1 June 2020

A Moment in the Life of Virginia Woolf pamphlet