Caroline Brown ARPS (Exemption)

Caroline Brown’s photographic practice deals with the forces of human kind and nature, and how they shape the landscape. She is interested in the psychogeography of place and by Utopian visions alternating with feelings of entrapment. The immersive experience of walking in the landscape is used to uncover sense of place. The three projects in this portfolio are recent works: Sandlings (2010); Petrified (2009); and, Termini (2008). Each project is centred on a specific location in the UK and reflects upon the influence of nature, architecture and technology on the landscape. Caroline Brown studied fine art photography at The University of Westminster (MA) and Central Saint Martins (PgCert) and undertook photographic research at the London College of Communications. She lives and works near London, has exhibited and published widely, and her work is held in private collections.