Abyss by Fatema Johra

Photography, taken on Google phone

 

"A tunnel of white light as part of the Ryoji Ikeda exhibition, playing around with audio and visual, walking through this with a buzz of static playing created an uncomfortable and strange feeling; almost a point of blank void away from life itself."

 

Fatema Johra is a Cancer MDT Coordinator within the NHS and has been de-stressing by experimenting with different mediums to capture London and sentiments towards her hometown. Fatema is inspired by artists such as Ai Wei Wei and what kickstarted her interest in using disposable cameras again was the MyLondon Photo Project. A series of photographs snapped by homeless people across London while supporting and raising money for them and other rough sleepers. She has recently been working on capturing the brightness of summer, playing with colour filters to capture the City of London and beyond.