150 x 210 mm
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Landscape and the great outdoors can be enticing and appealing for all to explore. While outdoor leisure pursuits have a positive impact on our general wellbeing, we don’t always have the same influence on our surrounding countryside directly or indirectly. This project reflects on human connections to nature and the relationship to the outdoor spaces that they temporarily occupy. In the series, people are seen cutting through the landscape in ways at odds with the spaces they inhabit. As these figures move through the landscape, harmony is replaced by a sense of disconnect and individuals appear strangely out of place.
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Founded in 2009, PhotoIreland was conceived as an organisation that stimulates a dialogue around photography in Ireland by developing a varied array of initiatives and events with a strong participative approach.
Griffith College is a private university based in Dublin.