LANDscans

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These images are intimate portraits of landscapes both natural and unnatural and are a true semiotic reading of place.
This handheld scanner provides no barrier to viewing making the invisible, visible. Exposing an interplay of the moment of capture and digital dirt picked up through the process of me scanning, no one has seen this until now. These are the elements that will only occur from such a process.
These images are samples of our landscape as raw unedited experiences, as intimate encounters of microenvironments rich with life, colour, texture, experience, mood and truth.
Above top: Fallen, Sydney colours; Above middle: Fallen, Melaleuca  Above bottom: Fallen, tree graffiti

 

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