Women's Landscape Photography Now
Throughout the history of photography the genre of landscape has been dominated by male perspectives. In this work, ten women photographers interpret the notion of landscape from a variety of perspectives.
Table of Contents
Introduction - between seeing and knowing, Liz Wells; writing water in its absence, Asa Andersson; face, Julia Peck; the present can never be whole, Maddle Farm 1997-8, Lou Spence; on being able to see the wood and the trees, Roberta McGrath; notes on beauty and landscape, David Bate; pathways to memory, Gina Glover; undercurrents, Sian Bonnell; wilderness dreams, Stevie Bezencenet; park, Michelle Atherton; the waves, Sally Waterman; landscape of imminence - Brenda Pelkey, Martha Langford; the rubber band project IV, Liz Nicol; from the series "Scenario", journey (from analogue to digital), out there/in there, Su Grierson; ladies and the landscape, Sue Swingler; a conditional presence - women, landscape photographers in Europe, John Stathatos; in the steps of Robert Pinnacle, Kate Mellor; the head people from the series "Sweetness and Light", Roshini Kempadoo; envisioning - processes and practices, Liz Wells.