“In unclear air, objects lose their finiteness of appearance, and the surroundings occur less permanent or solid. Borders become obscured and the horizon hidden, removing the context within which one normally associates objects, and impelling an experience of boundlessness and uncertain perception”.
Svetlana Bailey’s latest photography exhibition focuses on works taken in fog, used as a portal to the “transitory quality of one’s surroundings”.
Images feature various locations, and are raw, without digital manipulation, revealing objects as they are within their natural surroundings.
Boundless will feature at the Queensland Centre for Photography from July 14 until August 12.