Updated: Apr 25
Still working with themes around the obliteration of the landscape by humankind, the constant progress that is slowly destroying the world, while packing in a little nostalgia into the mix (as a lot has changed in the years since I was younger, and these reflections are useful).
I'm looking at shapes and forms that we are used to being everywhere - Buildings, signs, roads, wires, towers etc., but adjusting proportions and blackening them out to add a little mystery. The black towers and poles definitely work, looking serenely out of place - as though they've always been there, yet questioning why anyone would have put them there in the first place. These shapes are indicative of the damage we do to the landscape without a second thought.