Jan Parker

Jan Parker – This collection of painterly photographic images seek to explore our imagined origins, where the observed scene is dark and difficult to read. Forests and landscapes are submerged into condensed, ambivalent feelings. The images are concerned with the dual concepts of arcadia, shaggy and smooth, dark and light, a place of relaxed pleasure and a place of primitive panic.  
At times capturing the particular time between day and night ( like the French saying entre chien et loup) where the observed scene is blurred and dark, erasing boundaries between the real, imagined and expected these images seek to create in a new way boundaries between the known and the unknown. These images were taken in the Champagne-Ardennes region of rural France during autumn/winter.
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