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Interlope in the woods

More editing- Fleur

Editing the wood images - Fleur Alston

Ideas for pairs of images in terms of exhibition.

Play of sunlight…

iso1000:

Work in progress with Interlope

iso1000:

New work I made during my residency in Kings Wood with Interlope earlier this year. 

Layering experiment in the Kings Wood - Fleur Alston

Layering experiment in the Kings Wood - Fleur Alston

Kings wood - Fleur Alston

The Kings Wood - Fleur Alston

War in the Woods (Artistic Residency with Interlope)

The Kings Wood in the Stour Valley, near Ashford in Kent, has a resonant history with conflict and war. The trees were almost all completely removed in the First World War because of the desperate need for timber and in reaction to such losses the Forestry Commission was born.

In the Second World War the women`s Timber Corps cut down chestnut for pit props and also cleared many acres in the making of charcoal for gas masks and filters. The palings of Kings Wood became temporary air strips and a site on the edge of the woods was used for both a launching pit for a air ship and a secret bunker for a resistance force in case of invasion, in consecutive wars.

The woods suffered great loss which directly contributed to the devastation of the first world war battlefields. There are few trees in the Kings Wood older than a 100 years old today and the landscape is forever changed. - Fleur Alston

fleuryfleury:

Dieppe arts Festival

It was a fantastic experience installing for and attending the opening of the Dieppe Arts…

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fleuryfleury:

Dieppe arts Festival

It was a fantastic experience installing for and attending the opening of the Dieppe Arts…

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The Dieppe catalogue with Interlope and Bottle Alley by Fleur. Difficult to read though it`s all in French!

The Dieppe catalogue with Interlope and Bottle Alley by Fleur. Difficult to read though it`s all in French!

Kings Wood

Kings Wood

Interlope in the woods

More editing- Fleur

Editing the wood images - Fleur Alston

Ideas for pairs of images in terms of exhibition.

Play of sunlight…

iso1000:

Work in progress with Interlope

iso1000:

New work I made during my residency in Kings Wood with Interlope earlier this year. 

Layering experiment in the Kings Wood - Fleur Alston

Layering experiment in the Kings Wood - Fleur Alston

Kings wood - Fleur Alston

The Kings Wood - Fleur Alston

War in the Woods (Artistic Residency with Interlope)

The Kings Wood in the Stour Valley, near Ashford in Kent, has a resonant history with conflict and war. The trees were almost all completely removed in the First World War because of the desperate need for timber and in reaction to such losses the Forestry Commission was born.

In the Second World War the women`s Timber Corps cut down chestnut for pit props and also cleared many acres in the making of charcoal for gas masks and filters. The palings of Kings Wood became temporary air strips and a site on the edge of the woods was used for both a launching pit for a air ship and a secret bunker for a resistance force in case of invasion, in consecutive wars.

The woods suffered great loss which directly contributed to the devastation of the first world war battlefields. There are few trees in the Kings Wood older than a 100 years old today and the landscape is forever changed. - Fleur Alston

fleuryfleury:

Dieppe arts Festival

It was a fantastic experience installing for and attending the opening of the Dieppe Arts…

View Post

fleuryfleury:

Dieppe arts Festival

It was a fantastic experience installing for and attending the opening of the Dieppe Arts…

View Post

The Dieppe catalogue with Interlope and Bottle Alley by Fleur. Difficult to read though it`s all in French!

The Dieppe catalogue with Interlope and Bottle Alley by Fleur. Difficult to read though it`s all in French!

About:

Based in south East England, Interlope is a small photography formed of Fleur Alston, Ali Farmer And Elin Karlsson. Brought together through their experience whilst studying at university of the creative arts and their passion for the photographic medium. The group draws from their personal experiences, from exhibiting internationally, project managing curatorial project to furthering their education, in order to come together to produce high quality and conceptual work.
Interlope's work have been an exploration of a landscape through an intervention, mainly been walks, in a bid to challenge the representation of a place and time. Taking inspiration from the cultural heritage as an understanding of the landscape. The works become a survey of the natural environment paying particular attention to colour, shape and form.

They also share an interest in archives and experimenting with curatorial practices, in order to challenge the relationships and perceptions of photography.

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