On December 5th, 2015, Storm Desmond hit the North and West of the United Kingdom, smashing rainfall records, and causing widespread flooding and destruction. Indeterminate Land is a collection of photographs taken in the aftermath of the storm, recording its violent effect on the landscape of the Rothay river valley in the Lake District, and the many strange and beautiful changes that took place. The project explores our relationship with the landscape, and the subtle ways in which it changes at the edge of what we see.
Indeterminate Land will be exhibited at the Heaton Cooper Studio Archive Gallery in Grasmere from October 10th to November 3rd, 2019, and is also be available as a hardback book in a limited edition of 50 signed copies.
A small gallery of images from the project is here.