Drawing from ongoing debates around borders and divisions, Disintegration explores the motif of the white cliff to question what meaning specific landscapes can suggest and ask why some landscapes are given more value than others. By using data from the UK’s 2016 EU referendum result I’m disassembling the original images to create a visual disturbance by the digital intervention of the data on the landscape. This constructs a new landscape which at times is indecipherable from what is perceived to be landscape. By disrupting the apparent coherence of the landscape I’m considering what emotional attachments we have to certain landscapes as we experience being in the landscape and being a witness to it. Nine panels form the final work.
Bill Brooks • Tony Da Vall • Torz Dallison • Elizabeth Doak • Lorraine Edridge • Abigail Evans • Es Follas-Shell • Hanna Gabler • Syl Ojalla • Mark Perkins •