Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow revolves around a conceptual basis of mental illness and the effect it has on the individual, in terms of the relationship between concealment, exposure, and anonymity. A self-representational project set in an intimate interior of a bedroom, the issue of mental illness is conceptually presented through symbolism and use of the interplay on light on the figure as a metaphor. Basing her personal life as a subject matter, Amoni Liddell also investigates a study of the body in space using of interiors and domestic spaces.
Death is a central theme in the photographic series Palliative Care. Shot at the Palliative Care unit at Greenwich Hospital, Amoni Liddell examines the relationship between life and death in a hospital setting, through metaphors of light, shadow, and empty spaces. The shining sun of the outside world is contrasted with the dull, dark rooms and the clinical nature of the ward.