Consequential is a series of 30 collages created from landscape photos requested by members of the public through open call, exploring abstraction of memory and fragmentation of form.
Day 1: Melukote, State of Karnataka, India Handcut Collage | 27cm x 22cm Photo: Fabiana Melo
"This buildings used to be the way water was collected in the past. Like a dam but with beautiful architecture."
Day 2: Two Benches Collage | 20 x 20cm Photo: Anton Clements
"I took this photo of two benches by a river in Oxford during the flooding in 2007. What was a good place to sit on a riverside walk had become a swamp. I can imagine bits of debris floating by or a couple stranded on the benches waiting for a boat to rescue them."
Day 3: Williamsburg Bridge Collage | 16cm x 24cm Photo: Dan Barlow
"I took this from the end of our nondescript street on the last night of our stay in Williamsburg on our honeymoon this summer. I was surrounded by local people who weren't there for photos, they were just sitting and relaxing with each other on the benches and stones, a breathtaking change from the pace of Manhattan (pictured) we had experienced over the last couple of days. It was quiet and the air was thick, still and warm; the rare kind of night you get back home maybe once or twice a year, usually at the end of summer.
Day 4: Castillo de Peñíscola Handcut Collage | 26cm x 23cm Photo: Jose Bautista
"This photo was shoot in Peñíscola's castell last month a nice place with water, sun and people"
Day 5: On a Hill Handcut Collage | 28cm x 35cm Photo: Jade Loring
"This was taken in Boone, North Carolina around 2014. It was quite a hike to get to an altitude where it almost seemed like we were looking down at the mountains, but it was so peaceful & inspiring. My favorite part about this photo is actually the color; it seems to be segmented in overlapping triangles at the bottom."
Day 6: Oarai Tori Handcut Collage | 22cm x 30cm Photo: Mark Farmer
"iPhone landscape shot of the Oarai Tori on the shore of the Pacific Ocean, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan"
Day 7: 'Miami by Car' Handcut Collage, 27cm x 27cm Photo: Cristina Palhim
"Driving home, in the end of the day, refreshing my eyes with the sea"
Day 8: 'Mata Atlântica' Handcut Collage, 30cm x 40cm Photo: Debora Well Herjean
"I took this picture from my car during a short trip in Santa Catarina State, south of Brazil. Mata Atlântica is an primitive jungle of South America. 2015"
Day 9: 'Ribblesdale' Handcut Collage, 30cm x 30cm Photo: David Milnes
"I took this from a moving train as it passed over the Ribblehead viaduct on the Settle to Carlisle line, between Christmas and New Year. The remarkable thing was how clean the train windows were... "
Day 10: 'Work' Handcut Collage, 30cm x 40cm Photo: Robert McCracken-Turner
"This photo was taken at my workplace one evening. I take the picture because of the sky. You can also just see the barriers to the entrance of my work and the building to the left."
Day 11: 'Mount St.Helens' Handcut Collage, 18cm x 15cm Photo: Bruno George
Day 12: 'Phats' Handcut Collage, 29cm x 26cm Photo: Carlos No
Day 13: 'SUPing Douro' Handcut Collage, 17cm x 15cm Photo: Bruno Reimão
Day 14: 'Ortiz Mountains Sunset' Handcut Collage & Gouache, 26cm x 22cm Photo: William Pura
Day 15: 'Tree' Handcut Collage, 20cm x 28cm Photo: Sudhir Gaikwad "This is unique and situated in an art college in Mumbai, India"
Day 16: 'Lisbon Chimney' Handcut Collage, 19cm x 22cm Photo: John Vetterlein
"Amazed at the elegance and beauty of the chimneys in the old parts of Lisbon. This one in particular is located in what is a hilly residential location; erected in an era when small industry was still situated in areas where workers actually lived."
Day 17: 'Small Town Japan' Handcut Collage, 20cm x 28cm Photo: Mi Khiet
"Taken in a small town in Japan but I don't recall the name. it was only a brief rest stop on the way to Hakone from Tokyo.."
Day 18: 'After the Bustle' Handcut Collage, 17cm x 26cm Photo: Cody James
"Lately I've been trying to slow down. Rushing around too much. So I've taken to laying in my hammock and just looking around. Little did I know the sunrise from where I have it set up is beautiful."
Day 19: 'You've got me over the top' Handcut Collage, 21cm x 28cm Photo: Richard Spicer
Day 20: 'Hassayampa River Running' Handcut Collage, 31cm x 24cm Photo: Shirley Franklin
"This photo was made while on my early morning walk after a few days of rain kept us all inside. The Hassayampa river is in Arizona, USA. It runs underground for most of it’s course and mostly acts as a dry wash."
Day 21: Glacier, Kilimanjaro Handcut Collage, 15cm x 26cm Photo: Andy Anderson
"This is the glacier at the top of Mt Kilimanjaro (5729meters). You climb to the crater rim in the dark and arrive at dawn which is like the dawn of creation as sunrise bursts over Africa and you can see to infinity, you are so high, and then there is this cliff of ice as you round the crater to the highest point and you just know that you are in another world much like the trek in Lord of the Rings. Magic has happened!."
Day 22: River Views Handcut Collage, 23cm x 16cm Photo: Claudia Cordeiro
Day 23: Moors Handcut Collage, 20cm x 21cm Photo: Epp Kubu
"A photo made with minolta camera 35mm film stock. Location in Northern England. The day was rainy and I was walking alone long distance in place unknown to me."
Day 24: Bagan Myanmar Handcut Collage, 11.5cm x 20cm Photo: Steph Bull
Day 25: View from Villa san Rocco Handcut Collage, 23cm x 27cm Photo: Marian Hibbs
"Villa san Rocco is the name of the house where I stayed on a week's idyllic yoga retreat in July. The house was in a small hill village called Benabbio which is in Tuscany. The area was rich in history and the house had been a stop off point on the pilgrimage route from Canterbury to Rome"
Day 26: Pond de Gard Handcut Collage, 20cm x 23cm Photo: Eileen Wharam
Day 27: Ouchy on a Sunday Afternoon Handcut Collage, 21cm x 25cm Photo: Susan Valli
Day 28: Colares Handcut Collage, 19cm x 27m Photo: Mary St. George
Day 29: Picos de Europa Rocks Handcut Collage, 17cm x 28m Photo: Wolter Jonkman
Day 30: (Purple) Light to the Sky Handcut Collage, 27cm x 25cm Photo: Malwina Chabocka
"The photograph was taken on a very cold January evening this year in Warsaw. Warmed up by a few shots of vodka with ginger and pepper, my boyfriend and I were walking around the city centre, filled with hundreds of people proudly displaying heart stickers on their coats, watching the firework display called Light to the Sky which takes place in front of the Palace of Culture and Science. It is part of the annual Grand Finale fundraiser of The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity, the largest non-profit charity organization in Poland. The 237-metre-high Palace, one of the icons of our socialist past and a must-see for all tourists, has just as many devoted fans as passionate haters. On that evening, swept in the purple light, it looked quite beautiful and I felt compelled to act like a tourist myself, taking out my camera and snapping a picture.."