Edition 365

November - December 2021

"Since the coronavirus pandemic swept the world in March 2020, all of humanity have shared – and documented – an extraordinary experience. History has unfurled in front of our eyes; cracks in our systems have been magnified, and across oceans and borders, ways of thinking, acting and existing remain in flux."

British Journal of Photography, OpenSea and New Art City

RE: Confinement and Escapism

This collection is envisaged as a reply all email, or an open letter in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in terms of the personal, economic, environmental, social and observational commentary expressed. It also relates to confinement, and reconfinement, as the most widely adopted measure used to control the virus, and our digital escapism from the isolation of the physical world. The experiences of a pandemic localised to the region of Andalusia are explored, which along with the rest of Spain, was greatly affected by and imposed some of the strongest restrictions in response to the global pandemic.



An invisible illness exposed us to a heightened sense of vigilance and cleanliness, but also being quarantined in the house for long periods of time to 'survive'.



The cities lie dormant in their emptiness. They wait patiently for the return of their mask-wielding public, and the noise escaping from their home-dwelling isolation.