Central Saint Martins.
Photographs series taken in London during Central Saint Martins photography course with professor Brendan Olley.
The relationship between photography and the past is one of immense interconnectivity.
The photograph says “This happened” or “This existed at some-point in time”. The photograph thus becomes an art object of proof that something has gone before.
Most of the artists have imagined new worlds, utopian or civil societies.
I choose to look at Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s philosophy related to what I see today.
The 2nd part of “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” was my starting point and then I tried to translate feelings of confusion, disorientation and loneliness from poetry to photography.