SDA 2: looking at identity

I am now nearing the first big deadline in a few days and am in the final stages of my current projects (look further down). This includes my second self devised project which is exploring my identity. The final six images for this project are being printed on one piece of A1 Hahnemühle fine art paper, actually made of cotton. The project questions my identity and is portrayed through the landscape. Having parents from India and being born and brought up in London, and now studying and living in Cornwall, I question myself about where I really belong. The basis of this series was using my passport to represent travel and bits of my current (Cornish) landscape incorporated with my self portrait depicting my feeling of wonder, reflection and unease. These image are all digitally constructed by various images taken from my library are layered to create one unique piece of work. For legal reasons some information has been deleted. 

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One Response to “SDA 2: looking at identity”

  1. Khorshed BhoteJanuary 29, 2013 at 19:04 #

    Great images. Good luck with the SDA.

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