Corinne Whitehouse: Solo den (black & white)
Edition of 20, with 1 AP
Analogue print on Ilford Fibre Warm, 2018.
’Forest Dens’. The den fields in Alice Holt are transitional spaces made, destroyed and remade by forest visiting families. According to Forest Research, people across all age groups are spending more time in the woodland, realising the physical and mental health benefits of leisure time in nature. The dens they leave behind are traces of this increased human interaction with woodland and are symbolic of the importance of our forests now and for our future.
Corinne Whitehouse is a photographer based in South East England. Her work explores notions of home, family and human-nature relationships. It comments on the place she lives and the local community. She has an MFA in Photography from UCA, Farnham and a background in television documentary and arts and culture journalism. She has exhibited at The Lishui Photography Festival, China; FotoNostrum Gallery, Barcelona; The Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool.