by sabine7 / July 1, 2008
James Homer, a member of the Unseen Photography Collective, features a series of photographs entitled Alone as part of the group website. In a “Where’s Waldo?” type of way, the viewer tries to locate a sole figure dwarfed by his or her surroundings. The person is very much part of the scene, but it is clear that the scene exists with or without the presence of that individual. Big picture thinking, but the scenes are captivating on their own, so that no one feels as though a message is being served up. Also interesting is Homer's Nation of Shopkeepers series.

Artist: James Homer
+ unseenphotography.co.uk




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