Liesel Carnie's photographic research project focuses on a significant issue facing future generations. Highlighting the need for knowledge and information, ‘Pseudo’ delves into the problematic consequences of intensive farming. In particular, the work considers waterways in the greater Wellington region and the bacteria which are discharged into them from agriculture. With the use of microscopic photography, ‘Pseudo’ uses a strategy of visualising the data of scientific sampling to create a photographic representation of environmental disruption.
Photography Matters II