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Haunting Landscapes Explore Themes of Nostalgia and Mythology

Jeremy Dyer

For me, these images are an atavistic response to the landscape, one that engages the land as a site for malignant or indifferent natural forces. Even so, these photographs touch on the landscape as a nostalgic articulation of our histories, a history made impossible by memory and mythology.—Jeremy Dyer

In Brooklyn-based photographer Jeremy Dyer‘s series Haemal, he makes collages from portions of his photographs, found snapshots and family photos in order to construct fictional spaces that explore themes such as memory, history, culture and myth in the landscape-as-image.

Jeremy Dyer

Jeremy Dyer

Jeremy Dyer

Jeremy Dyer

Jeremy Dyer

Jeremy Dyer

Jeremy Dyer

Jeremy Dyer

This post was contributed by photographer Sophie Butcher.

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