The Aesthetics of Dispersal 2
The aesthetics of dispersal is phrase that was coined by photography writer
Peter Ireland, to describe a common theme of mine.
It is very true that
images such as the one above
appear at regular intervals and seem to have
done so throughout most of my career.
These images contain a range of subjects,
in this case it is sheep. Yet it seems that it
is not the sheep that I am particularly
interested in but the spaces in between them
and the way that they have arranged themselves
over the hillside.
I have written about this subject in a previous post.