Photo © Joel Biddle
An island rarely comes alone, their very existence refers to being a breakaway of something bigger. Though lonely, this isolation is not a bleak isolation, it is a calming tranquillity.
Joel Biddle UNITED KINGDOM
b. 1994, Joel Biddle is a photographic artist working in London.
A recent photography graduate of the Arts University of Bournemouth, his work is an exploration of the contrast between the still and the fluid, the harsh texture of geological structures and the glassy smooth of the surface of the sea. The project is ongoing and has slowly developed a style of photography that engages in minimalism and and formal compositions. The project drew from many influences and was formed through trial and error, slowly removing elements of the photographs that were not necessary, finally culminating in black and white, 2:3 ratio images of the bodies of water with weathered geological structures breaking up the gradient of the sky and sea.
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