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Henna Mattila

Branches under water, 2014, © Henna Mattila

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Contemporary Practice, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester

Silence investigates the relationship between memory and landscape. Combining the analogue techniques of photomontage with digital printing processes, the images depict fragmented landscapes inspired by Mattila’s sporadic returns to her home in Finland whilst living in England. The work questions how identity is created through an individual’s surroundings, through the separation from and return to familiar environments that, “seem different and yet somehow the same.”

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Barns in a field, 2014, © Henna Mattila

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Contemporary Practice, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester

Silence investigates the relationship between memory and landscape. Combining the analogue techniques of photomontage with digital printing processes, the images depict fragmented landscapes inspired by Mattila’s sporadic returns to her home in Finland whilst living in England. The work questions how identity is created through an individual’s surroundings, through the separation from and return to familiar environments that, “seem different and yet somehow the same.”

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Looking at the forest, 2014, © Henna Mattila

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Contemporary Practice, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester

Silence investigates the relationship between memory and landscape. Combining the analogue techniques of photomontage with digital printing processes, the images depict fragmented landscapes inspired by Mattila’s sporadic returns to her home in Finland whilst living in England. The work questions how identity is created through an individual’s surroundings, through the separation from and return to familiar environments that, “seem different and yet somehow the same.”

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Dog in a field, 2014, © Henna Mattila

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Contemporary Practice, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester

Silence investigates the relationship between memory and landscape. Combining the analogue techniques of photomontage with digital printing processes, the images depict fragmented landscapes inspired by Mattila’s sporadic returns to her home in Finland whilst living in England. The work questions how identity is created through an individual’s surroundings, through the separation from and return to familiar environments that, “seem different and yet somehow the same.”

hennamattila.com


Moon over landscape, 2014, © Henna Mattila

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Contemporary Practice, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester

Silence investigates the relationship between memory and landscape. Combining the analogue techniques of photomontage with digital printing processes, the images depict fragmented landscapes inspired by Mattila’s sporadic returns to her home in Finland whilst living in England. The work questions how identity is created through an individual’s surroundings, through the separation from and return to familiar environments that, “seem different and yet somehow the same.”

hennamattila.com


Reflection in a river, 2014, © Henna Mattila

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Contemporary Practice, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester

Silence investigates the relationship between memory and landscape. Combining the analogue techniques of photomontage with digital printing processes, the images depict fragmented landscapes inspired by Mattila’s sporadic returns to her home in Finland whilst living in England. The work questions how identity is created through an individual’s surroundings, through the separation from and return to familiar environments that, “seem different and yet somehow the same.”

hennamattila.com


Clouds, 2014, © Henna Mattila

Course: BA (Hons) Photography, Contemporary Practice, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester

Silence investigates the relationship between memory and landscape. Combining the analogue techniques of photomontage with digital printing processes, the images depict fragmented landscapes inspired by Mattila’s sporadic returns to her home in Finland whilst living in England. The work questions how identity is created through an individual’s surroundings, through the separation from and return to familiar environments that, “seem different and yet somehow the same.”

hennamattila.com


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