Landscape

Space and the Place

Is less really more, where the interest is primarily lying in the place viewed. This distinction has rarely been made in history as a visual practitioner.

Landscape as a subject of photography has a long and varied tradition going back to the very beginnings of the portrait, but the place as a topic has until recently received little attention. The interrogation of nature and culture, aesthetics and representation, questioning imagery and practices relating to where the land, the landscape and place are central to the works.

As visual artists, individually exploring space and place as a point of departure for experimenting in new modes of communication through picturing. Questioning imagery and practices relating to land, landscape and place is central to the ethos of the landscape of a visual practitioner, where experimenting in new modes of communication through the practice of picturing is key.

Image The Port of Dinan © Mark Stothard.

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