Visible yet Invisible delves into the combinations of black and white imagery, conveying the connections of psychogeography in relation to rural and urban spaces. Every image contained within this series holds two photographs from contrasting areas (urban and rural) that are merged together to depict a compelling sequence of nature reclaiming our man-made world. Heavily influenced by Victor Burgin, the series toys with the idea of a visible yet invisible space with each depiction being an insight to the imagined spaces that could encounter a regrowth of nature.

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