In my art practice I’m using photographic media to advance my understanding of the human-shaped world and incorporating the in/capabilities of the medium as a storytelling trait. My projects imply lens-based techniques ranging from self-build cameras to utilisation of remote sensing and SatNav imagery. I deploy my own developed methods and counterintuitive experiments to, for example, measure artificial night lighting on transparency film or to make cellphone reception visible by using infrared film with conceptual rigour.
I believe that photography has an essential role for identifying, critiquing and shaping the narrative around urgent ecological challenges, including climate breakdown, pollution, biodiversity loss, environmental and social justice. Not necessarily in aiding science with visible solutions but rather to pose moral and ethical questions around what it means to be alive today.
My bookshelf includes titles such as: Against The Anthropocene - Visual Culture and Environment Today by T.J. Demos; a collection of essays published by SonicActs: The Geologic Imagination; and my most recent
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