Veronica M Worrall
I aimed to explore the camera as an artist's instrument whilst finding ways to evoke an ecological dialogue with my viewers. I took photographs of threatened environments and buried them for 10 weeks where they had been taken. As an environmental artist I was demoting human technology and forcing a re-evaluation of human's supposed power over nature. My concept behind burying my prints where they had been taken, was to evidence the photograph is no substitute for reality (as too often thought in our era of social media saturation). My art was made to emphasis specific threatened environments and the importance of their unseen, yet essential, elemental processes.
Hazel Bingham • Sarah Gallear • Karen Gregory • Tanya Keane • Philip Sliney • Rob Townsend • Selina Wallace • Jane Weinmann • Veronica M Worrall •