I am interested is the relationship of people to landscape. Recently the emphasis has shifted to the deeper aspects of how we use the land for everything that sustains us. This has caused a move towards ideas of dependence and exploitation of the Earth.
“Quarried” looked at the need to mine and quarry minerals for buildings. For every construction project, there is a hole in the ground that supplied the materials. It is a simple dependent relationship.
My current work centres on the effects of climate, our relationship with landscape and how that will change in the years ahead. I am particularly concerned about the people who live and work in areas prone to flooding from sea level rise.
See the Quarried page for more images and information.
Go to the Quarried prints for prints from the Quarried exhibition.