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Joshua Tree #2

Christopher Bennett

$195

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Joshua Tree #2

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My photographic practice seeks to explore the intersection of memory, time, and the environment throughout he use of ethereal imagery. By exploring the concept of memory, I am interested in how our perception of a place can change over time, particularly in relation to the complex and often intangible effects of climate change. In my work, I present the viewer with single images that have undergone various states of manipulation. Through careful alterations to color and texture, I aim to create a sense of otherworldliness that encourage the viewer to question their interpretation of the place depicted. Ultimately, my aim is to prompt reflection on our relationship with the environment and encourage greater appreciation of the delicate balance between humanity and the natural world.

1
24"H × 20"W × 1"D
Photography
Color
Landscape/Seascape
Contemporary
Unframed
Archival Pigment (Giclee) Print on Canson Platine Fiber Rag paper.
No
Yes

STATEMENT

My photographic practice seeks to explore the intersection of memory, time, and the environment throughout he use of ethereal imagery. By exploring the concept of memory, I am interested in how our perception of a place can change over time, particularly in relation to the complex and often intangible effects of climate change. In my work, I present the viewer with single images that have undergone various states of manipulation. Through careful alterations to color and texture, I aim to create a sense of otherworldliness that encourage the viewer to question their interpretation of the place depicted. Ultimately, my aim is to prompt reflection on our relationship with the environment and encourage greater appreciation of the delicate balance between humanity and the natural world.

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