The Deconstructed Lake
My work originates in photography and I employ various processes to achieve the desired ‘look and feel’ for my projects. I take photographs of things that pique my interest; regularly not understanding the trigger at the time of making the image. I then interrogate the photograph, breaking it down into its component parts, until I understand how I want these elements to be communicated. For 'The Deconstructed Lake', I used photographic deconstruction to communicate a new narrative for the now quiet landscape. The final images mirror the isolation we are currently experiencing in our daily lives. These isolation-landscapes are constructed images intended to represent the new normal - an environment that is simultaneously familiar and unfamiliar.
Hazel Bingham • Sarah Gallear • Karen Gregory • Tanya Keane • Philip Sliney • Rob Townsend • Selina Wallace • Jane Weinmann • Veronica M Worrall •