Photographer , Filmmaker and Visual Artist Mark Hamilton Gruchy is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the project ‘The Moon Revisited. To see Mark’s body of work, click on any image.
I have spent the last 18 months reworking unprocessed images from NASA and the Jet propulsion Laboratory, and making my own images to express not only contemporary issues but also some that were relevant at the time of the Apollo missions. These are sourced from copyright free materials that I have repurposed, processed, and composited to create a conversation about the unchanging aspect of the Moon contrasted with the Earth which continues to be a dynamic place where change cannot be prevented. I was selected as a finalist in the Lensculture ‘Journeys’ 2020 award in October 2020 for this project.
With thanks to NASA, JPL
All images and text © Mark Hamilton Gruchy
By Mark Hamilton Gruchy
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