Brighton-based photographer Chloe Lelliott investigates how we both navigate and construct spaces physically and psychologically. For her series Same As It Never Was, she photographed landscapes with shapes and patterns that correspond, while the landscapes never really look alike. From a deserted building to grass hills to drying laundry in a field: the shapes connect the seperate images, but the viewer determines the story.
"Same As It Never Was shows a landscape of memories mapped through a fictitious world," Lelliott explains about the work. "We see glimpses of a narrative and images act as co-ordinates to a boundless whole, left open to possibilities."