Seven & New Land

December 16, 2020

SEVEN

Made on the waterways around Cardiff, Seven explores the subject of water pollution. Eva Falk-Drake first uses Direct Positive Photographic Paper loaded into a 5×4 camera to create prints, which she then colourises to match the pH colour of the water, reflecting the pollution level.

NEW LAND

Taken during lockdown, New Land explores Falk-Drake’s local golf course, which shut due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and therefore became accessible to the public for the first time. Falk-Drake uses the T-off points in a game of golf and randomly generated a direction to indicate where the photos would be made. New Land captures how this once private landscape has now been repurposed as a commons space.

Eva Falk-Drake

is a documentary photographer from Worthing, UK. She is currently based in Cardiff, completing a BA (Hons) Documentary Photography at the University of South Wales.

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