A collection of mostly landscape photographs taken immediately prior to, and during the COVID pandemic, looking at a land that is steeped in myth and anxiety through a side filter of folk horror and psychogeography with a touch of hauntology.
“Mapa is a poignant meditation on time, madness and creativity told as a photographic travelogue, overland and through time, across France and via the lives and locations of three artists, Vincent Van-Gogh, Antonin Artaud and Jean-Michel Atlan.” – Frances Morris
Being a Photographic Meditation under Quarantine of ‘Marlowe’s Museum of Interesting Things’ in our Home in Spitalfields, London, during the Covid 19 Pandemic of 2020.
A circumnavigation of the Shard Tower in London at the height of the Corona Pandemic.
Max Reeves revisits Tangier in the footsteps of Bowles, Burroughs and Gysin