The Impulsive Rambling That Focuses My Mind

Daniel Witchell

My images arise from an interest in the way that a flaneur interacts with the city, taking inspiration from how philosophers such as Charles Baudelaire and Walter Benjamin would traverse the spaces around them. The work is a photographic journey showcasing the connection between the city and the walker, the observer. I have used my own interpretation of this to turn that approach into a physical body of work representing a journey through the city and surrounding areas, often going out with a camera and vague idea of where to head. Hunting for imperfections concealed within the built environment, a sense of melancholy is brought to the fore. In this work I have reduced abstract shapes and lines within the city to pure image.

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Graduates 2022

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