Louis William Clay
Torr Dubh Mòr
The Isle of Arranlocated within the Firth of Clydehas a population density of approximately ten people per square kilometre. The remote island is renowned for its geological diversity, resulting in a huge variation of landscape, from weather-beaten coastline to precipitous ridges and peaks. Torr Dubh Mòr is an exploration of the visceral yearning for isolation, and the complex relationship between solitude and loneliness. The use of a large format field camera allows space for contemplation and reflection by slowing down the photographic process, blended with the primal and meditative act of walking through the land.
Louis William Clay • Jessica Codd • Finley Letchford-Dobbs • Charles René Samways • Joe Wilkins •