One of my favourite images from London Project / Traces has been selected for the December 2016/January 2017 exhibition by The Curated Fridge.
The Curated Fridge is the brainchild of Yorgos Efthymiadis, a unique project with the aim of celebrating fine art photography and connecting photographers from around the world.
This exhibition was guest curated by Elin Spring – founder, editor and head writer of the photography blog “What Will You Remember?”, featuring exhibit reviews, curator and artist interviews, book reviews and commentary.
Here’s a photograph of The Curated Fridge in its entirety – my photograph is on the bottom door. You can see all of the photographer’s work on their website, facebook page, and on their instagram feed.
Here’s also a link to their lovely video of afternoon shadows coincidentally framing my image of afternoon shadows on the bottom door: https://www.facebook.com/pg/thecuratedfridge/videos/
My photograph is from a sketch-series of images exploring the light, shadows, and layers of reflections that appear momentarily in my everyday environment, documenting the juxtaposition of plants and trees – cultivated and wild – with built structures.
To find out more about The Curated Fridge take a look at this interesting article on Lenscratch.
Thank you Yorgos and Elin for including my work in this show!