In this project I wanted to take on a journey and explore Auckland's natural landscapes with my camera. Nature is always fascinating to me because I lived in a 'concrete jungle' for more than ten years.
It was eye-opening to see the sublime nature of New Zealand and I wanted to document my journey with this photography project.
In this project I focused on collecting a large amount of photographs of the landscape, and the things I saw there. During this process I started to perceive the images as pieces of visual information that can be fragmented and categorised. Therefore, I wasn't concerned with the technical and aesthetics aspects of photography, instead I was more interested in developing conceptual ideas through artists' books.
“Usually, the subject matter of the image is not the subject of the work.”