Dylan B Garcia

Stone Circles may have been created to guarantee crops by controlling climate and weather.

Time can be seen as a river that we travel on, in our own lives this may be true but as a spices it may be a circle as climate change returns to Britain.

As Britain warms, old plants will return turning us into tropical Britain.

Plants kept in greenhouses will soon be able to survive outside, making us rethink what we mean by native.

If we go back in time or forward we will see tropical rainforests on the thames.

There are mythical lands in Britons past, many have been lost below the waves due to rising seas.

We Construct the past into what we need it to be.

As Climate Change alters our lives the past will become the present.

The silver birch is ancient hundreds of million years old, it will retune after ice age or fire, climate change may affect us more than it.

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Study of the English Landscape and Human Marks on the Landscape

Dylan B Garcia

Dylan Garcia is a lens based artist living in southern England. He is a member of OVADA Oxford. He has exhibited at Quay Arts on the Isle of Wight (UK), The Grange Rottingdean in Brighton (UK), The Institute of Photography in Falmouth (UK) Hollybrook Gallery and The Reading Biscuit Factory Cultural Hub,  Reading (UK), OVADA Big 20 Oxford (UK).  He has work in the To The Sea, Exhibit in St Gilles Croix de Vie (France). He also has work in the Loosen Art Mythology Exhibit in Rome (Italy).

Dylan has a BA in Graphics (Photography) from Norwich School of Art, MA Photography from Falmouth University and holds ARPS from the Royal Photographic Society.

Dylan Garcia’s practice deals with issues of time, history, mythology, human consciousness and how this relates to the natural world.

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