THIS IS STILL LIFE (PATTERNS, PATTERNS EVERYWHERE)
As I have probably alluded to in a few of my recent posts, I am currently finishing up a body of work that has been a sort of ongoing project for the last 3 years. Slightly different from other bodies of work however, it has been chugging along in the background without me really thinking about it until I started the epic task of editing the images down and realised the project was emerging.
Whilst this edit is still in full swing and never seems to come to and end or conclusion – it has shown me a few themes in the images I have been taking and how they have changed over time. One recurring theme is the abstract patterns of everyday life. More than this, the still life presentations that are always staring us in the face. Walk around any corner or look about you for a short time and a natural still life will be there lying it wait, hoping someone will take a second glance and give it the attention it deserves.
All it takes is for you to take your camera out and register it for all time.