This series of images has been produced by Sheffield-based art photographer Kath Williamson. She has always felt particularly drawn to neglected gardens and allotments, as well as to those small and often overlooked corners in the city where nature is asserting itself. Seeming to tread a line between painting and photograph, her images reflect the transience, fragility and beauty of these wild places.
“All is process. That is to say, there is ‘no thing’ in the universe.
Things, objects, entities, are abstractions of what is relatively constant from a process of movement and transformation.
They are like the shapes that children like to see in clouds..”
(David Bohm, Physicist, 1917 –1992)
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The exhibition is open until Friday 14 October 2011.