Terrain: Anatomical Landscapes is a series of drawings derived from walks around the UK. Walks are documented in photography, drawing and writing. This research informs detailed pencil drawings that each represents a single location. This process creates narrative images that explore the relationship between humans and our rural environment. In combining human anatomy and land, Samuels aims to underline the complicated connection between the two: the extent to which we change the land, the conflicts that arise in land management and the political battles that take place in our woods and fields.

 

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Terrain: Anatomical Landscapes/Leighton Moss Jane Samuels 2015

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Terrain: Anatomical Landscapes/Gloucester Jane Samuels 2016

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Terrain: Anatomical Landscapes/Dovedale Jane Samuels 2014