Becky Probert uses the camera lens as a conduit to open up doors to the possibilities of what exists in
the vastness of outer space, employing both analogue and digital techniques. She is a photographic artist living in Glasgow, UK. Her practice focuses on ideas in astrophysics, and she is particularly interested in how lenses and technology affect perceptions of the universe. Invisible Planets was created through a close-up photographic exploration of details and patterns within her immediate environment. This is reflective of the way that the particles and patterns that make up the cosmos are echoed between the smallest and largest scales.
Image Credit: Becky Probert, Draugr, (2021). Dimensions variable.