Antipodes (2014)

The Antipode project made complex global relations palpable through a set of photographic diptychs that collapse geographical space by joining two exactly opposite points of the globe in a single image. In our one world society invisible international networks of, primarily, but not exclusively economical, cultural, and ecological systems supersede national boundaries. This re-definition of geographical space is arguably one of the most significant changes impacting on the current political landscape. In the simplest terms this series makes these processes visible by drawing seemingly unrelated spaces together through a set of geographical co-ordinates to present a world inextricably connected in spite of similarity and difference.