Contrasting cultures, contrasting landscapes, infinite space versus unending partitions.
Over the last three years Sandra Jordan’s photography has centred on Arctic Norway and the Northern Lights, and, more recently, Morocco.
She comments, “Whilst you are guaranteed complete solitude in Arctic Norway, Morocco can be somewhat different, more than 150,000 people live in Fez Medina itself, yet within the contrast of both places I was drawn to the quietness and the isolation – the remote villages of the Lofoten Islands, the quiet corners of the Medinas where locals pause for respite from the hustle and bustle.”
Seemingly two contrasting lands, the resulting images show the quiet beauty and the timeless nature of these two countries from the vast open space of the Arctic to the myriad alleyways and walkways of Fez and Chefchaouen.
PRIVATE VIEW 3rd May 2012, 5:30pm - 8pm
To attend Private View RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org