Water and Soil
These works were brought together to explore affective connections between place, memory and the photographic act. The camera image data was captured on visits to the river Thames and Derbyshire woodlands, and then processed using movement within the 3d space of the image to reveal alternate views of the image structure and composition.
Revisiting the spatial qualities of images in this way and untethering the camera’s perspective of the landscape, is used as a method for reflecting on the memory of the lived experience, the construction of the photographic frame and the active nature of digital image spaces.
Exhibited at: Look Don’t Look, The Brown St Project, Sheffield, 2023