Biochromes Landscapes 2006

My work is an exploration of the potential creative qualities of microbial activities during organic processes. These camera less ‘biochrome’ images allow for a merging of the arts and sciences; trace the complex process of decay, while addressing its power to transform and its significance to the life cycle; they combine my interests in macro and aerial imaging of the environment and provide a visualisation of the microbial activities which constantly surround us yet are invisible to the naked eye. I guess the decay process, although an integral component of the life cycle and absolutely ubiquitous, is often taken for granted and mostly ignored in everyday life.

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