A project exploring the relationship between dust and photography. Both elements are outcomes of our lives, traces of our memories and are omnipresent in todays world. Family photographs have been found and framed in an attempt to give the subjects a new lease of life, yet the dust is a constant reminder of the passage of time; ultimately representing the death of the subjects.
A collection of photomontages that explore and challenge themes of corruption, power, capitalism and world disorder. Through the use of deconstructing and assembling found commercial material, the work persuades the viewer to take on a new way of looking at the world. Made in response to Hyper-Normalisation by Adam Curtis, each montage depicts the eerie uncertainty of modern-life.
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A collection of photographs taken at live music events, available to book for concerts in the North of England.
These digital photomontages re-imagine Manchester’s past. Made using found imagery from the Manchester Archives, the project celebrates and gives a new lease of life to the local figures that contributed to Manchester’s history.
An on-going project creating Photomontage work using found vintage magazines.
Shot on 35mm film.
After photographing construction sites, Victoria Smith prints her images onto acetate, layers them up and re-scans the outcomes to illustrate the mass construction taking place in our cities.