Salt and Light

2018 - 2021

Salt and Light is a body of work that draws on the effects of climate change and investigates the degrading landscapes and ecologies. The series was conceived in 2018 as an exhibition of the same title to create a visual discourse on climate change and a space for reflection on possible solutions. This experience became the catalyst for the series’ continuation.

In this body of work, I have sought to move away from employing a language that is scientific and often complex to understand; instead, I rely on the power of visuals to invoke lateral thinking and holistic solutions to environmental crises. The resulting work is informed by various experimental approaches such as encompassing darkroom test prints, mixed recycled media, recycling found images and other environmentally responsible processes that aim to highlight the degrading landscape.

Installation views

Untitled (frozen river in Iceland) triptych, 2018 - 2021

Regelation (icelandic foss), 2018 - 2020

Untitled (study of rocks), (digital collage), 2018 - 2020

Sculptural Rock (reinforced), 2018 - 2020

GORGE (cornwall and west austria), 2020

Darkroom 'Falls' repetition, 2018

Icelandic Foss (darkroom print), 2018

Untitled (melting ice), 2018

Red Mountain, 2018

Black matter (digital collage), 2018

Icelandic Foss III, 2018

Surface Water (diptych), 2018