We are pleased to announce we will be showing, Ephemeral Landscape No. 14-17, 2018, by Liz Harrington, during our international group exhibition at the Light House Media Centre 6-30 January 2020.
Liz Harrington, UK, Ephemeral Landscape No. 14-17, 2018
Four cyanotype prints printed on Arches Platine paper
edition of 1, signed and edition verso,
4 x prints 9.5×14.5cm (3.74×5.71 inches) in one frame; total print space 22x32cm (8.66×12.6 inches)
Liz Harrington is a photographic artist based in Hertfordshire, UK. Her practice focuses on the transient nature of environments and traces of the past, finding beauty in the often unseen or overlooked. She works primarily with analogue, alternative photographic processes and camera-less techniques. Graduating in 2013 with a BA Photography from the University of Westminster, in 2017 she became a fellow of Digswell Arts. Her work has been exhibited across the UK.
The camera-less cyanotype images ‘Ephemeral Landscape no.14-17’ were inspired by a fascination with the short-lived micro landscapes caused by tides, rivers, rain and snow.
Ephemeral Landscape No. 14-17, 2018, copyright Liz Harrington. All rights reserved.
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