Photographer Scarlet Evans revisits the sites of her childhood memories in England.
These dreamlike photographs, shot on infrared film to produce a hazy and distorted effect, speak to the inherent desire we have to deconstruct and reassemble fragmented images of our past.
We Sailed For Days … Ben Ower’s work focuses on the fluidity of memory and the connection between nostalgic memories of pleasure. He sparks connections of former happiness by depicting long drives, relationships, travel and anecdotal moments, in very much the same way that a photo album glorifies fragments of the past. This collection explores the […]
. . . Ryan Squire’s collages are composed of old photographs of his grandmother. The initial idea behind making these images was the exploration of how people remember a familiar face. Like an old friend who you haven’t seen for years or since you were children, or possibly a member of your family who has passed away, whose appearance you only remember […]