The Geography of Belonging is a series in which I was inspired to create a ‘sense of place’ directly on the substrate. The work represents a ‘new geography’, one where belonging links matter to place. Images of ancient materials merge with images of contemporary nature to create the essence of belonging.
This series acts as a bridge inviting the viewer to cross over and re-establish or restore a faded connection with nature. The interconnectedness of nature is a key element in this work and surfaces through suggestions of belonging, enchantment, awe, and mystery.