White in the sea // Bindi Vora
Bindi Vora is a contemporary photographic artist. Her practice utilizes various analogue processes, often taking inspiration from her everyday surroundings, which include her personal archive. Bindi’s work teases out subtle marks and pigments within the materials she uses, such as negatives and photographic paper; the results often create vast spaces of color, light and subtle detail that contemplate ideas of perception and representation of the photographic print.
In 2013, Bindi graduated from University of Westminster with a BA in Photographic Arts. She has participated in a number of group exhibitions in the United Kingdom and across Europe; being named as one to watch by Art Fetch.
She published her first photographic book In the blue light we failed. in 2014 which was acquired by The Museum of Modern Art, NY, The Women’s Art Library at Goldsmith’s University, London, Indie Photobook Library, New York, The Hellenic Centre for Photography, Athens amongst others.
In addition, she is also a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster on the BA
Photography course. She lives and works in London.
White in the sea
White in the sea is an exploration in the changing light upon the surface of the sea over the course of a day. As the strength of the light changed with the weather and passing clouds, so did the intensity of the white upon the sea.
These seascapes have been photographed at varying coast-lines throughout the world including Cornwall, Manly, Bel Ombre and the Jurassic Coast.
This seventh edition series was photograph on Cheng Chau island, Hong Kong and the eight at the Jurassic Coast in England.
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