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Andrew Bruce

#1, from 'tender'

Course: BA Photography, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham

‘We divide the landscape and exclude nature from our day-to-day existence; we barely notice the ‘thud’ against our vehicle when we literally come into contact with animals.’

Bruce’s work takes this moment of contact, the ‘road kill’, as its starting point. 'tender' is a meditation upon morality and our increasingly detached relationship to nature. There is an ambiguity in the title; on the one hand it is about intimacy, on the other it references pain. The work is made methodically, using a 10x8" view camera and life-size analogue handprints.

www.brucebruce.co.uk


#2, from 'tender'

Course: BA Photography, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham

‘We divide the landscape and exclude nature from our day-to-day existence; we barely notice the ‘thud’ against our vehicle when we literally come into contact with animals.’

Bruce’s work takes this moment of contact, the ‘road kill’, as its starting point. 'tender' is a meditation upon morality and our increasingly detached relationship to nature. There is an ambiguity in the title; on the one hand it is about intimacy, on the other it references pain. The work is made methodically, using a 10x8" view camera and life-size analogue handprints.

www.brucebruce.co.uk


#3, from 'tender'

Course: BA Photography, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham

‘We divide the landscape and exclude nature from our day-to-day existence; we barely notice the ‘thud’ against our vehicle when we literally come into contact with animals.’

Bruce’s work takes this moment of contact, the ‘road kill’, as its starting point. 'tender' is a meditation upon morality and our increasingly detached relationship to nature. There is an ambiguity in the title; on the one hand it is about intimacy, on the other it references pain. The work is made methodically, using a 10x8" view camera and life-size analogue handprints.

www.brucebruce.co.uk


#4, from 'tender'

Course: BA Photography, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham

‘We divide the landscape and exclude nature from our day-to-day existence; we barely notice the ‘thud’ against our vehicle when we literally come into contact with animals.’

Bruce’s work takes this moment of contact, the ‘road kill’, as its starting point. 'tender' is a meditation upon morality and our increasingly detached relationship to nature. There is an ambiguity in the title; on the one hand it is about intimacy, on the other it references pain. The work is made methodically, using a 10x8" view camera and life-size analogue handprints.

www.brucebruce.co.uk


#5, from 'tender'

Course: BA Photography, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham

‘We divide the landscape and exclude nature from our day-to-day existence; we barely notice the ‘thud’ against our vehicle when we literally come into contact with animals.’

Bruce’s work takes this moment of contact, the ‘road kill’, as its starting point. 'tender' is a meditation upon morality and our increasingly detached relationship to nature. There is an ambiguity in the title; on the one hand it is about intimacy, on the other it references pain. The work is made methodically, using a 10x8" view camera and life-size analogue handprints.

www.brucebruce.co.uk


#6, from 'tender'

Course: BA Photography, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham

‘We divide the landscape and exclude nature from our day-to-day existence; we barely notice the ‘thud’ against our vehicle when we literally come into contact with animals.’

Bruce’s work takes this moment of contact, the ‘road kill’, as its starting point. 'tender' is a meditation upon morality and our increasingly detached relationship to nature. There is an ambiguity in the title; on the one hand it is about intimacy, on the other it references pain. The work is made methodically, using a 10x8" view camera and life-size analogue handprints.

www.brucebruce.co.uk


#7, from 'tender'

Course: BA Photography, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham

‘We divide the landscape and exclude nature from our day-to-day existence; we barely notice the ‘thud’ against our vehicle when we literally come into contact with animals.’

Bruce’s work takes this moment of contact, the ‘road kill’, as its starting point. 'tender' is a meditation upon morality and our increasingly detached relationship to nature. There is an ambiguity in the title; on the one hand it is about intimacy, on the other it references pain. The work is made methodically, using a 10x8" view camera and life-size analogue handprints.

www.brucebruce.co.uk


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