The title Low Relief refers to the artist's preoccupation with texture and surface, as well as those elements of the urban landscape that somehow provide a measure of relief or reassurance. In particular; natural forms, architecture, paintings and statuary, and the changing nature of both natural and artificial light.
Most of the pictures are taken in Autumn and Winter when the city is stripped of leaves and it's structures and forms are most apparent. Surfaces are often described in a half-light that mixes the natural and artificial so that the passage of time appears to be both halted and expanded within the image.
What to expect? Toggle
Have you been to this event? Share your insights and give it a review below.