BA (Hons) Fine Art
Residing in the neutral space of the onlooker, Thomas Longdin amasses an enormous portfolio of gritty, high contrast and unflattering analogue monochromatic images of the everyday. Although predominantly aesthetically-based, Longdin’s work takes on themes after images have been collated seemingly at random. Books, relating to themes such as wandering, travel and more recently death, are created by culling the portfolio ruthlessly, and by screen-printing and binding. This is how Longdin sees the images’ final form.