Guest Feature - Paul Kenny
‘Seaworks’ is a term I use to define an ongoing body of work made on or about the shoreline. Built upon themes developed over 40 years, this work seeks to discover and reveal the awe-inspiring in subjects that are so easily passed by; it also aims to gain an insight into the macro. The beauty, power and intrigue of the landscape has consistently been at the root of my work, and in Seaworks I try to convey themes such as fragility, ecology, beauty and transience in the landscape, and how man’s hand is continuously scratching away at the remaining areas of wilderness.
Moreover, for the last 12 months I have been working on a book of the same title that covers a 15-year period of this work. This has been a time of huge changes in my life, in image-making media, in the art world, and in the world of photography in particular. Subsequently, during that time my own work has moved from analogue to digital, from monochrome to colour, and from camera to camera-less.
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