Artist StatementThe black and white photographs in this series, made with a modified Holga camera, are the result of a contemplative interaction with the terrain. They interpret the topography and the constant flux of the environment and the impact of the elements upon the landscape.
Geoff Delanoy is a visual artist whose work includes photography, digital imaging, and video installation. His most recent body of work was featured in a solo exhibition, Fugitive Landscapes as part of Photo Fest, hosted by the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo, Michigan. He resides in Baltimore where he is an Associate Professor and Chair in the Art department at Notre Dame of Maryland University.