25 March 2011
The discussion will revolve around places in nature that have a hidden and fearful element to them. These places allow us to realize that at one point in our evolution as a species nature was inhospitable and dangerous. Now nature resembles the pre-packaged, safe wilderness we encounter in most areas of the Western world. We have lost the inherent fear of nature our ancestors had only a century or so ago. When photographers go to photograph places that manifest this age-old fear, how does it represent itself in the images presented.
With Brett Van Ort, Simon Norfolk, Wendy Pye and chaired by Paul Lowe.