selection of abstract landscape images of distressed polaroid film

Coastal Erosion, a selection of distressed Polaroid 600 Film

 

pencil drawing of a tree on seaweed paper

Tree of Life, pencil on handmade seaweed pulp paper, 14.8 x 21cm

 

triptic image of three paintings

Hyperobject, handmade paper from recycled waste, found driftwood charcoal in plaster, 20 x 20cm

 

Grounded in organic materiality, I am interested in sustainable processes of making while exploring concepts surrounding the Anthropocene.

In these selected works I have been investigating the transience and destruction of the natural sphere around me, collecting and using things from my journeys to the sea.

During a time where the world has been plunged into stasis, these pieces are by-products of my lockdown; slowing down to tidal-time, the ritualism of coastline walking and the escape of the fast-pace, capitalist society I had found myself traversing through.