Fragments Re-Imagined was a solo exhibition consisting of Mallory's work for a Directed Studies in Photography class at the University of the Fraser Valley.
On one wall there was a series of miniature pinhole photographs which consisted of mundane fragments of life that are often ignored or unnoticed. The process of pinhole photography is slow and time-consuming. Therefore, the photographer must have patience and be willing to take the time to appreciate these forgotten instances of every day life. These photographs are meant to emphasize the value in appreciating the simple things in life that often go unnoticed.
On the other wall of the gallery was an exploration in photographic collage, which incorporated painting, line, and found materials. The collages incorporated old photo strips and painting onto various found materials such as paper, cardboard, and wood. The process consisted of stages of layering and repurposing these forgotten materials. The result is a series of photographs which re-imagine and re-visualize these fragments as a series of collaged imagery.