Photographs and Text by Cheska Lotherington
BA (Hons) Interaction Design Arts
This project focuses on the gap in connection brought about by lack of touch and physical presence during the on-going UK lockdown.
For many, this period has been a time of considerable self-reflection. I used a camera which has been converted to shoot in infrared light. Infrared has the ability to physically penetrate the skin further than visible light. By using this medium I was able to look ‘inside’ the subjects and conceptually investigate the human experience and notions of physical disconnect.