Forgotten and disregarded liminal spaces that possess a feral wilderness of its own, an eerie otherness that lay outside our everyday attention that offers a post-human absence. My practice is a response to this and the rapid industrialisation within the UK, acknowledging the human and non-human agencies that are constantly fluctuating and coalescing into my own sense of place. Questioning the relationship between the endeavours of human activity within the landscape and the environment itself where printmaking provides a tangible response, a trace or imprint from the original surface of the matrix that speak to the positive and negative, absence and presence that make-up modern landscapes.

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