'Susan Derges uses the landscape at night as her darkroom, submerging large sheets of photographic paper in rivers and using the moon and flashlight to create the exposure. This film shows her working in her studio, preparing to make a photogram outdoors, and discussing her use of water as a metaphor for transformation.'
- Saw the print in shadows.
- Waters absolutely key to everything that happens internally and externally to us
- Fantatsic metaphor
- Stand for a stream of thoughts
- Cascade of neural activity
- Stand for circulatory system in the landscape
- Connect everything
The underlying desire to make images was to look at what underlies the visible
A lot of the early work was to do with the birth end of the scale
This work is to do with things dissolving, dissolving out of a form
Photography is tied up with death, looking at absent moments, is to do with loss - WHY! Be happy
Nothing is in the state of being it is always on the move - 'Stillness becoming theory' - re-visit book.
In the process of change