Landscapes Photostream with Interlope Group

Landscapes Photostream with Interlope Group
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Today’s Photostream with Interlope Group: Fleur Alston, Elin Karlsson,  Ali Farmer, Jane Sellman

Fleur Alston: I recently graduated with a first class Hons Degree in Photography and Media and I am based in Kent, England. My personal practice explores the idea of photography by pushing the concept to different places. I am concerned more with the making of an image rather than the capturing. I believe the beauty of an image is as important as it`s message this is what art is to me. Therefore I suppose my aspirations are for people to find my work beautiful as well as meaningful.
Interlope (Fleur Alston )

Interlope (Fleur Alston )

Interlope (fleur Alston)

Interlope (Fleur Alston)

Interlope_ (Fleur Alston)

Interlope (Fleur Alston)

Elin Karlsson: Elin Karlsson is a photographer based in the south of England. She grew up in Sweden and moved to the UK in 2007. She is studying an MA in photography at Brighton University while running the online photography magazine Introdex. She is a part of the artist collective Interlope.
Interlope ( elin_karlsson)

Interlope ( Elin karlsson)

Interlope (elin_karlsson )

Interlope (Elin Karlsson )

Interlope (elin_karlsson)

Interlope (Elin Karlsson)

 Ali Farmer
An Artist based in the south east of england, with photography being he’s main focus, Ali’s work takes on an experimental and performance vein in abid to exploring the interplay between reality and the virtual. Ali’s previous work has been an exploration into the ‘taboo’, drawing on personal experiences and social norms in a bid to open a dialouge with his peers in order to challenge the social stigma of the subject. Ali is also an aspiring curator working on sevral curitorial teams both local and internationally,he also likes to take the curitorial role within Interlope.
Interlope (Ali   Farmer)

Interlope (Ali Farmer)

Interlope (Ali Farmer)

Interlope (Ali Farmer)

interlope(Ali Farmer)

interlope(Ali Farmer)

Jane Sellman
After completing my Degree in Photography and Media Arts in 2012 I have been working within the landscape, primarily exploring the concept of containment and surface. The edges of land, sea and sky, exploring the mystery of what lies unseen. I work alone and as a member of an artists collective “Interlope” interacting in experimental and conceptual exploration of our environment
Interlope (jane  sellman)

Interlope (jane sellman)

Interlope (Jane Sellman)

Interlope (Jane Sellman)

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