The magazine of the photo-essay
January 2018 issue
Border Country
by James Clancy
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Border Country is not a real place, but »depicts« instead an inner landscape in the mind of photographer James Clancy. He searches the outdoors for images that correspond with his own emotional states, otherwise impossible for others to grasp. In sometimes mystical-looking black-and-white photographs, Clancy shows secluded forest clearings, dilapidated dwellings that still harbor the remains of human habitation, paths leading to an unknown destination. Strange plant structures, traces of dirt, rust and dust, and the play of light and shadow create captivating invented worlds, fusing real and imagined imagery.
A Shoe.
An Overgrown Lake.
An Ancient Tree.
A Broken Chair.
Forest Path.
House in the Woods.
Into the Woods.
Ivy on the Wall.
Teapot in the Window.
The Doorway Out.
The Entrance.
The Machinery Shed.
The River Walk.
The Sitting Room.
The Tree.
Tree Roots.
The Window.
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