Archival pigment print1100 x 1360 mm framed with museum glassEdition of 1 of 7
Because of its size this work requires custom framing, packing and shipping. Delivery in 3-4 weeks.
About Chris Corson-Scott Producing evocative images juxtaposing historic industry within the reclaiming natural world, Corson-Scott captures remnants of industrial behemoths on which prosperity was founded, reminding us of our collective dependence upon, and necessary care of, the natural world. Corson-Scott’s capture of light is the equivalent subject of all his work. Speaking to the essence of the medium, bound to the attempt to arrest the fleeting moment, Corson-Scott remains resolutely insistent on the use of analogue film and ‘old-fashioned’ 8×10 view-camera as critical to the aesthetic of his work. Link to artists page→
Bulldozed Farmland in Albany, 2014 | Chris Corson-Scott
Winter, Powerhouse at the Old Escarpment Mine, Denniston Plateau, 2016 | Chris Corson-Scott
My Father’s Studio, Three Months After His Death From Cancer, 2013 | Chris Corson-Scott
Wildflowers in a Development near Tauranga, 2015 | Chris Corson-Scott