BA in PHOTOGRAPHIC MEDIA, Griffith College Dublin
New Generation Gallery
Climate change has become an abstraction that few of us understand and less see as a process that we can influence. Nature doesn’t make a conscious choice about its environment but as humans we have agency to change the ways in which we impact our environment. Current predictions are that swathes of Dublin will be underwater by 2050. Using experimental methods to document the landscape, these images challenge our understanding of what is present and what is unknown. These images reveal the ever-present friction between the land and its inhabitants in an abstract exploration of the landscape at a critical time in our history.
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