Last year, photographer Luke Kirwan has teamed up with installation designer/creative director Lyndsay Milne Mcleod to create this exhibition of photographic artworks called ‘De-Evolution’.
This is the first personal project of the two artists and is an ongoing collaboration with one phase evolving into the fabric of the next.
Images capture skillfully crafted other worldly installations, infused with beauty in decay. They question man’s sense of self-awareness in the modern world and touch on exploring themes of death and release.
Purposely placing these moments in relative isolation, as if sited on gallery walls, conveys a sense of confronting something vast and expansive, or giving a sense of enclosed isolation, encouraging the spectator to consider themselves as witnesses of de-evolution.