Caitlin Sweeney
As we are collectively confined to the walls of our homes ‘Fragments’ emphasises the unavoidable feelings of isolation, loss and solitude. Reflection and memory are central to my work as I blend the past and the present within the book structure. A fragment is often referred to as a collection of words, which create an incomplete thought. By integrating images from photo albums alongside the masquerading of my physical identity, the photobook called for me to reinterpret the family photo- album by isolating the images from their original context. While aspects of the structure aim to submerge the family snapshots into a space to alter its original meaning, other images aim to emphasise the opposite. We may typically find ourselves returning to the family photo album to remind us of fond memories; I found myself searching for imagery that I identified with and mirrored feelings surrounding the current climate.
@cpsgallery
Freya Alexis

Shamsa Anjum
Salaam​​​​​​​
@shamsa_anjum_photography
Joe Belshaw
Rose Eve
Daisy started following you. ​​​​​​​
Zariqa Hussain
You’ll never see what we see  ​​​​​​​
@zariqahussain
Callum Su
To Dave, from Linda​​​​​​​
@callumsoup
Josh Walker​​​​​​​
@jmjwphoto
Matt Webb​​​​​​​
@mattwebbphoto
Tom Wells
Along the Derwent
Jiamou Li
Gather, Spread and Gather​​​​​​​
@ljm98_lee
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