These images come from an ongoing project called Imagined Futures.
I’m interested in how the act of photographing something can remove it from its context, allowing it to become re-imagined as a scene from a dystopia. So, a mannequin in a Berlin shop window, an anti-Trump protest, a car-park, people on the street at night, and graffiti in a Bristol back lane and the gate to my local park all somehow become part of possible, imagined future worlds.
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Jason Jackson takes photographs. He also writes short fiction and poetry. In a busy life he hopes to get better at all three.
One Reply to “Imagined Futures – Photography from Jason Jackson”
Beautiful and unsettling! I’m impressed.
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