When we leave a place, we take all our memories with us so there is no evidence that we were ever in that specific location. So I considered what would happen if we left a trace of ourselves within that space, leaving a memory or part of one behind. By incorporating my form into a space using long exposure, I blend into my surroundings. Memories are often incomplete and fragmented and by only seeing a partial form, it leaves a small trace of myself within that place. My inclusion also reveals my relationship with the space and its connection to my form. As a fine art photographer, I explore personal concepts relating to the ideas of memory, family and emotion.
Sian Atherton • Paul Blythin • Finlay Carmichael • Sophie Green • Emily Harris • Bob Langridge • William Penson • Emma Pugh • Zoe Shayle • Lily Sherratt •