Introducing WHERENESS: THE LANDSCAPE OF UNCERTAINTY by Chris Younger

 

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A double header, the rather wonderful Chora & Terrain Vague by Matthew Conduit

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We are delighted to kick off the autumn seasons new features with Western Edge by Anne Giddings

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Introducing COMHARRADH by Lynda Laird

 

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Introducing HISTORY LESSENS by Tom Wilkinson, a response to questions about history and landscape

 

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We are pleased to introduce Seaworks by Paul Kenny

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CHORA & TERRAIN VAGUE | Matthew Conduit

CHORA & TERRAIN VAGUE | Matthew Conduit

  I have photographed the landscape around my home in Sheffield for over 35 years. A long time ago I arrived at photography through painting and drawing and a fascination for the act of mark making. My images are made within my own immediate environment and until...

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WESTERN EDGE | Anne Giddings

WESTERN EDGE | Anne Giddings

  For me photography is a form of research: a kind of contemporary archaeological investigation into myself, the world I find myself in and the entanglement between them. I photograph everyday places in which I find a feeling of resonance, or a disorientation and...

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COMHARRADH | Lynda Laird

COMHARRADH | Lynda Laird

  This work is from a series I made called Comharradh - an audio-visual project which is the result of a sustained engagement with the peat bogs and moorlands of the Isle of Lewis. At heart, it is an ode to the moor; to its component parts, peat, water, sea, and...

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HISTORY LESSENS | Tom Wilkinson

HISTORY LESSENS | Tom Wilkinson

  I made this body of work as a response to questions about history and landscape and where and how my own sensibilities and opinions align. The British Isles has a wonderfully rich and robust history: myths and stories that tell tales of romance and desolation...

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We have two new and connected series from Matthew Conduit this week: Chora & Terrain Vague. Again focusing on the local landscape and to some extent autobiographical.

"I have photographed the landscape around my home in Sheffield for over 35 years. A long time ago I arrived at photography through painting and drawing and a fascination for the act of mark making. My images are made within my own immediate environment and until recently I have not travelled at all to make work. I prefer to engross myself in the varying landscapes that I observe on a daily basis, constantly working and reworking what is directly around me, revisiting the same sites many times over many years. In this way, the work is in continuous development. Each new image informs the next. There is no ‘project’ – no ‘end’." More on our website: www.inside-the-outside.com/chora-terrain-vague-matthew-conduit/
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Western Edge by Anne Giddings.

"For me photography is a form of research: a kind of contemporary archaeological investigation into myself, the world I find myself in and the entanglement between them. I photograph everyday places in which I find a feeling of resonance, or a disorientation and uncertainty, perhaps even a kind of haunting...."

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Thank you Chris! And to all those who help to make this a vibrant community of landscape image makers. twitter.com/chrisyoungeruk…

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