"During the Covid-19 lockdown, I have been working from home at a desk by the window where the sunlight comes in. I live in a flat that overlooks a neighbourhood green.
How do I make photos from here?
My friend Julianne and I give each other weekly prompts so we can continue to find ways to make photographs from home.
Her first prompt to me was ‘Sounds’, there were many directions my mind instantly travelled to: what does sound look like? How do you infer sounds? Where are the sounds coming from at the moment?
I can hear exercise music and play from here. I look out and notice a family in a game of tag, the grown up is blindfolded as the children laugh and slink around her. This is the first Field photograph I make.
Black and white images of the social distancing that takes place on the green outside my home in London.
I’ve tried not to predict the changes on the green based on media reports about other public spaces or based on the communication coming from the government. Instead, I try to stay open to what I will see."
The full project can been seen here: https://fieldphotographs2020.tumblr.com
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- Coronavirus: The view from my window, BBC News, In Pictures
- RTL Nieuws instagram
- This London photographer has taken haunting photos of her local park every day, Time Out London, Kate Lloyd
- Lock Down Dreams, Reckless Magazine
- The Dinner Party Reloaded 1: The Artists, Lucy Writers Platform, Susanna Crossman
- Living Artists Magazine, Issue 2: Performance
- London in Lockdown, Hoxton Mini Press x Museum of London
- Also featured on isolate.zine, photo fringe, OOF Magazine, Mass Isolation FORMAT's short film at Auckland Festival of Photography, New Zealand, Outlook Traveller India, Lewisham Life, Genoa University publication: Appunti istantanei di un’architettura in movimento.