twelve and a half hour landscapes
temporary land formations (2011).
These photographic sketches record a beach in Cornwall, where the landscape changes daily; twice, with each tidal cycle. Spending a day between tides reveals extraordinary virgin landscapes, shaped currents and the remarkable strength of the tide, weather and (shortly after its formation) the intervention of wind, warmth and the presence of fauna and other visitors. Time spent immersed in this cycle of destruction and reshaping raises wider thoughts about aspects of existence.
Prints from this series are 8" square and in editions of 10.
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