Elisabeth Sunday searches the African continent to portray those who live in tune with the natural world in its most uninhibited form
We are all a part of nature’s web. Society and culture are human responses to the environment and while all have adapted to their surroundings, many exploit the land in the name of progress. In ancient forests, vast deserts and coasts at the mercy of an uncompromising sea, there are those who have built their lives directly around the beat of nature’s pulse. In the art of Elisabeth Sunday, the borders between human, animal and nature become ambiguous as they ripple and flow as one.