Erin Solomons

  • Info
  • Share

This book is a collection of images and text about the relationship between humans and nature found in the history of the American West; specifically, the body and disconnection.

(2015) 305mm x 330mm x 4cm Prints are in editions of 4. The book is a limited edition of 50.

This work is a part of the 'Vulnerably Defective' series which won a Magnum Photo Graduate Award at Photo London in 2016; and was featured in the Selection of Graduates in Source Photographic Review 2015/16. (2015)

(2015) Archival Ink on Dibond 3000mm x 2300mm x 6mm

During the Civil War era, people kept small portraits of their loved ones. Oak trees are a key part of Southern Gothic aestheticism. If this kind of tree becomes diseased, the extraction of it is typically too costly. As a result, the diseased parts

The film reveals how the body is used to convey a person's sense of self. As the viewer interacts with the work, the fragile negative deteriorates.

(2012) Positive Chemical Process by Hand of Large Format Kodak Tri-X Film 203mm x 254mm each Series of 6 sheets of film

As a sculpture, the work is the sum of its materials; yet as the materials merge they can become a nauseating representation of an unseen body sinking into the landscape. This work is a part of the Goldsmiths College collection, UK.(2012)Wood, oil-

(2010) Silver Gelatin Prints Various Dimensions Each portrait consists of two registered prints printed precisely next to each other.

Erin Solomons

Hi everyone, I'm a PhD candidate at the University for the Creative Arts. My research centers on investigating the legacy of a trauma through the medium of photography. 


Categories: , , , , , , , , , ,


  • Your message will be sent directly to the photographer
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.