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  • Art. photography. For Example: helen saunders

    18.05.2012

    helen saunders

    photography

    Helen Saunders is interested in the power of photography to expose and transform the mundane. In particular her work is concerned with our changing environment, where the processes of civilisation are seeping into the natural rhythms of the planet. She uses photography as a means of bringing into focus spaces such as scrap yards and construction sites, the in-between points which are often forgotten, yet crucial to civilisation.

    Helen currently uses a method of digital photo-collage, blurring the boundaries between real and fantasy. Her methods reference the painted landscape, which has historically been used as a means of re-framing nature that overwhelmed. She takes inspiration from this idealised and often romanticised vision of the world, but aims to create an incongruity between reality of the subject and surface beauty of the image. She doesn’t intend to make polemic judgements, but provoke questions about the rate of man- made development and the implications for the future.

    www.helensaunders.co.uk
  • Art. photography. For Example: helen saunders

    18.05.2012

    helen saunders

    photography

    Helen Saunders is interested in the power of photography to expose and transform the mundane. In particular her work is concerned with our changing environment, where the processes of civilisation are seeping into the natural rhythms of the planet. She uses photography as a means of bringing into focus spaces such as scrap yards and construction sites, the in-between points which are often forgotten, yet crucial to civilisation.

    Helen currently uses a method of digital photo-collage, blurring the boundaries between real and fantasy. Her methods reference the painted landscape, which has historically been used as a means of re-framing nature that overwhelmed. She takes inspiration from this idealised and often romanticised vision of the world, but aims to create an incongruity between reality of the subject and surface beauty of the image. She doesn’t intend to make polemic judgements, but provoke questions about the rate of man- made development and the implications for the future.

    www.helensaunders.co.uk
  • Art. photography. For Example: helen saunders

    18.05.2012

    helen saunders

    photography

    Helen Saunders is interested in the power of photography to expose and transform the mundane. In particular her work is concerned with our changing environment, where the processes of civilisation are seeping into the natural rhythms of the planet. She uses photography as a means of bringing into focus spaces such as scrap yards and construction sites, the in-between points which are often forgotten, yet crucial to civilisation.

    Helen currently uses a method of digital photo-collage, blurring the boundaries between real and fantasy. Her methods reference the painted landscape, which has historically been used as a means of re-framing nature that overwhelmed. She takes inspiration from this idealised and often romanticised vision of the world, but aims to create an incongruity between reality of the subject and surface beauty of the image. She doesn’t intend to make polemic judgements, but provoke questions about the rate of man- made development and the implications for the future.

    www.helensaunders.co.uk
  • Art. photography. For Example: helen saunders

    18.05.2012

    helen saunders

    photography

    Helen Saunders is interested in the power of photography to expose and transform the mundane. In particular her work is concerned with our changing environment, where the processes of civilisation are seeping into the natural rhythms of the planet. She uses photography as a means of bringing into focus spaces such as scrap yards and construction sites, the in-between points which are often forgotten, yet crucial to civilisation.

    Helen currently uses a method of digital photo-collage, blurring the boundaries between real and fantasy. Her methods reference the painted landscape, which has historically been used as a means of re-framing nature that overwhelmed. She takes inspiration from this idealised and often romanticised vision of the world, but aims to create an incongruity between reality of the subject and surface beauty of the image. She doesn’t intend to make polemic judgements, but provoke questions about the rate of man- made development and the implications for the future.

    www.helensaunders.co.uk
  • Art. photography. For Example: helen saunders

    18.05.2012

    helen saunders

    photography

    Helen Saunders is interested in the power of photography to expose and transform the mundane. In particular her work is concerned with our changing environment, where the processes of civilisation are seeping into the natural rhythms of the planet. She uses photography as a means of bringing into focus spaces such as scrap yards and construction sites, the in-between points which are often forgotten, yet crucial to civilisation.

    Helen currently uses a method of digital photo-collage, blurring the boundaries between real and fantasy. Her methods reference the painted landscape, which has historically been used as a means of re-framing nature that overwhelmed. She takes inspiration from this idealised and often romanticised vision of the world, but aims to create an incongruity between reality of the subject and surface beauty of the image. She doesn’t intend to make polemic judgements, but provoke questions about the rate of man- made development and the implications for the future.

    www.helensaunders.co.uk
  • Art. photography. For Example: helen saunders

    18.05.2012

    helen saunders

    photography

    Helen Saunders is interested in the power of photography to expose and transform the mundane. In particular her work is concerned with our changing environment, where the processes of civilisation are seeping into the natural rhythms of the planet. She uses photography as a means of bringing into focus spaces such as scrap yards and construction sites, the in-between points which are often forgotten, yet crucial to civilisation.

    Helen currently uses a method of digital photo-collage, blurring the boundaries between real and fantasy. Her methods reference the painted landscape, which has historically been used as a means of re-framing nature that overwhelmed. She takes inspiration from this idealised and often romanticised vision of the world, but aims to create an incongruity between reality of the subject and surface beauty of the image. She doesn’t intend to make polemic judgements, but provoke questions about the rate of man- made development and the implications for the future.

    www.helensaunders.co.uk
  • Art. photography. For Example: helen saunders

    18.05.2012

    helen saunders

    photography

    Helen Saunders is interested in the power of photography to expose and transform the mundane. In particular her work is concerned with our changing environment, where the processes of civilisation are seeping into the natural rhythms of the planet. She uses photography as a means of bringing into focus spaces such as scrap yards and construction sites, the in-between points which are often forgotten, yet crucial to civilisation.

    Helen currently uses a method of digital photo-collage, blurring the boundaries between real and fantasy. Her methods reference the painted landscape, which has historically been used as a means of re-framing nature that overwhelmed. She takes inspiration from this idealised and often romanticised vision of the world, but aims to create an incongruity between reality of the subject and surface beauty of the image. She doesn’t intend to make polemic judgements, but provoke questions about the rate of man- made development and the implications for the future.

    www.helensaunders.co.uk
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