A Heron’s Eye View

Fergus Heron‘s principal artistic concern is making pictures that intensify contemplation of common places where the cultural and natural combine with the modern and traditional. His working process involves interconnected projects that acknowledge both conventions and histories of the picturesque

A Heron’s Eye View

Fergus Heron‘s principal artistic concern is making pictures that intensify contemplation of common places where the cultural and natural combine with the modern and traditional. His working process involves interconnected projects that acknowledge both conventions and histories of the picturesque

The Land Is Ours – Scotland’s Emerging Post Colonial Landscape

…….. half a million acres of land are now in community ownership in Scotland, resulting in re-population: new homes; new businesses; and the unleashing of a new sense of confidence, energy and opportunity. [Melanie Leech and Martyn Evans, in the

The Land Is Ours – Scotland’s Emerging Post Colonial Landscape

…….. half a million acres of land are now in community ownership in Scotland, resulting in re-population: new homes; new businesses; and the unleashing of a new sense of confidence, energy and opportunity. [Melanie Leech and Martyn Evans, in the

On Leaving Only Footprints – An Interview with Marlene Creates

Most of us would claim to hold some sort of environmental credentials; few of us it seems are prepared to evolve our practices into something truly sustainable. Having established a strong presence in the photographic world (see for example the

On Leaving Only Footprints – An Interview with Marlene Creates

Most of us would claim to hold some sort of environmental credentials; few of us it seems are prepared to evolve our practices into something truly sustainable. Having established a strong presence in the photographic world (see for example the

Light in the Darkness – An Interview with Liza Dracup

Liza Dracup was nominated for the Prix Pictet (Earth) in 2009 for her night work, Sharpe’s Wood, and then for the Deutsche Börse prize in 2012 for her work, Chasing the Gloaming, another night based work. Her most recent work

Light in the Darkness – An Interview with Liza Dracup

Liza Dracup was nominated for the Prix Pictet (Earth) in 2009 for her night work, Sharpe’s Wood, and then for the Deutsche Börse prize in 2012 for her work, Chasing the Gloaming, another night based work. Her most recent work

Allenheads – Personal Notes

I spent the first week in April at a communal residency by Mimeses North at Allenheads Contemporary Art Centre in Northumberland. The main aim of our retreat to this remote place was to be able to generate a level of

Allenheads – Personal Notes

I spent the first week in April at a communal residency by Mimeses North at Allenheads Contemporary Art Centre in Northumberland. The main aim of our retreat to this remote place was to be able to generate a level of

The Rugged Places of Anne-Marie Atkinson

Anne-Marie Atkinson graduated with a first class honours degree in Photography from Leeds College of Art in 2011. Since then her work has been recognised by a number of awards and grants. Her practice is assembled through collaborative action with

The Rugged Places of Anne-Marie Atkinson

Anne-Marie Atkinson graduated with a first class honours degree in Photography from Leeds College of Art in 2011. Since then her work has been recognised by a number of awards and grants. Her practice is assembled through collaborative action with

Making a Path to Paul Gaffney

In 2012 photographer Paul Gaffney walked over 3,500 kilometres with the aim of creating a body of work which would explore the idea of long distance walking as a form of meditation and personal transformation. Subsequently in 2013 he received

Making a Path to Paul Gaffney

In 2012 photographer Paul Gaffney walked over 3,500 kilometres with the aim of creating a body of work which would explore the idea of long distance walking as a form of meditation and personal transformation. Subsequently in 2013 he received