These images are part of the project Silver Coast, a site-specific installation of cyanotypes and digital color photographs that reconstruct the southwest Atlantic coastline of France from the artist’s memory. The photographs were installed over a blue graphite drawing of the water drawn directly on the wall of the gallery. The project questions the static nature of memory in relation to landscape while exploring the fragility and ephemeral nature of this coastline in the face of climate change. The installation and images draw parallels between both the nature of memory and coastal erosion.
All images and text © Christy Titus
By Christy Titus
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