Surface patterns, plains, lines, horizons, corners and edges are at the centre of Steffen Tuck’s photographic practice; architectural boundaries provide intrigue and inspiration, creating interventions in the landscape.
Tuck’s minimalist perspectives aim to ‘reduce the visual noise’ within urban landscapes. She offers sections of landscapes, splicing between obvious and unexpected viewpoints, whilst highlighting the often forgotten or ‘unimpressive’ details of our world.
Tuck notes: “That which is once-hidden, but now exposed, promotes slight nuances rather than grand gestures. Shadows may confuse. Reflections make promises. Nature breaking through a crack or crevice is reminiscent of erosion through time.” These images are a compelling acquisition of light, colour and form, focusing on macro aesthetics – beauty in the minute details.
All images courtesy of Steffen Tuck.