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The body in and as landscape, images of emerged landscapes and imagined places formed by bodies and the spaces between.
A series of hand transferred photographic prints on paper and a slide projection express the incongruity of us as modern beings in the natural world; a separation between the natural landscape and our daily human activity.
These prints express a felt detachment with the natural world, with accompanying writings highlighting vulnerabilities with the realities of human nature.
OVADA Oxford Open
Old Truman Brewery, London
BA3 Oxford Brookes Fine Art Degree Show
Oxford Brookes University
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