Sarah Le Brocq
BlueWhat can a photograph do? Can it really stop time, describe the world, record a fleeting presence and hold it forever on a printed sheet? When did I stop wanting to take photographs? Was it when I realized that no matter how many times I looked at a photograph of you I couldn't feel you, hear you? That in each photograph you died twice. I stopped taking photographs and started making pictures, cyanotypes, writing with the deepest darkest blackest blue night to the palest whisper of a breath of blue. Blue is the colour of memory and of dreams, it's the scattering of particles in the sky, it's where I keep looking for you. All images from the book 'Blue'.
Lee Copleston Gina Kawecka Sarah Le Brocq Violetta Liszka Greta Lorimer Michaela Meadow Gin Rimmington Jones Sara Roberts Andrew Robinson Jola Sopek