By the light of the silvery moon

Susan Derges, River Taw, 16 July 1997 and River Taw (Ice), 4 February 1997

Having been thinking a lot about working processes this week, the images that are rattling round my head are mostly ones made by following intriguing processes. In one respect, Susan Derges makes work using one of the simplest possible photographic processes: the photogram. But Derges’s work isn’t made in the darkroom but in the landscape. And these are photograms made on an ambitious scale.

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