A DAY’S JOURNEY INWARD | J.M. Golding

“Passage through a landscape echoes or stimulates the passage through a series of thoughts” Rebecca Solnit, Wanderlust In British English, the word journey often means the most ordinary travel; for example, a commute to work. In contemporary American...

UNTITLED | Joseph Wright

“…innocence of eye has a quality of its own. It means to see as a child sees, with freshness and acknowledgment of the wonder; it also means to see as an adult sees who has gone full circle and once again sees as a child – with freshness and an even deeper sense of...

HOLGAROIDS | Al Brydon

‘It is not down on any map; true places never are.’ – Herman Melville     The Holgaroid series was never really supposed to be a series. It was an experiment in simplification made just after I finished a fairly intensive two year project called...