London based photographer Chris Cornish has got some interesting work. Having graduated from the The Slade School of Art in 2004 Chris’ work presents a spectre of over-determined technologies, environments similarly pre-occupied in the strategic vision of science fiction film, weapons’ test sites and screen-saver landscapes.
Pictured is infinity cove 06, part of an on-going series of work exploring photographic environments normally erased, replaced or invisible. Images of nothing and everything.
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