The Equalizing Wood and its Gaze

Photo works about walking and looking in the woods. How we look and what we see and how these events affect our (modern fragmented) identities.

The forest as a symbolic place of testing and transformation and as a place of sanctuary and reflection hidden from Gaze of others.

A place absent of pollution from noise, light and industry.

An equalising space where animals look at you as you look at them and trees do likewise.

A place not yet entirely obsolete but under threat by super modernity. Perhaps we will put woods in a place to  be viewed as a ‘museum piece’ rather than a place to live, dwell and be.(See  Non-Places by Marc Auge)




I See U See I (resisting anthropomorphic landscape)





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