Klea McKenna - “Slow Burn, 2010 is series of contact prints of landscapes shot on film that has been cut, folded or damaged prior to exposure. Where the film has been altered, it receives light as a three-dimensional object rather than as a flat surface and renders the wound visible.”
Chungking Express (1994) dir. Wong Kar Wai
Wong Kar Wai just nails the phenomenon of being surrounded by glaring light, a riot of color, and thousands upon thousands of people, and yet feeling utterly isolated.
Pigeon Point Light, all photos by Heather Polley
Polaroid SX-70 Alpha-1 camera, Impossible Project SX-70 B&W Black Frame film.