The Human Form in Landscape

Corin Ford Forrester, John Davidson

The black-and-white photographs of Forrester and Davidson explore the human form in the context of natural and man-made environments. Rather than intensively “pre-visualizing” his images, Davidson captures moments as the figure moves and blends with the outdoor landscape. Forrester’s images are digitally constructed from multiple photographs and comment on humankind’s connection to nature while simultaneously examining people’s tremendous impact on the earth.