Future Landscapes | 2017
This series is an exploration of imaginary landscapes and spatial planes inspired by our shifting relationship with the landscape and the structures we impose on it. Engaging with ideas around construction, architecture, and notions of progress, the works attempt to create new mythical imaginings of our environment. The fractured imagery is a tool for deconstructing context and investigating notions of displacement and belonging, with reference to South Africa.
The works are unique monoprinted linocuts generated from a series of different plates, printed in various combinations, colours and orientations.