As soon as I saw Klea McKenna’s work, my definition of fine art photography as a genre just opened up to another dimension. McKenna’s work is very much experimental in execution, but simple in technique. Here is the description for this particular series named “Slow Burn”:
Slow Burn, 2010 is series of contact prints of landscapes shot on film that has been cut, folded or damaged prior to exposure. Where the film has been altered, it receives light as a three-dimensional object rather than as a flat surface and renders the wound visible.
I would surely recommend you to check out the rest of McKenna’s Portfolio. McKenna is also the photographer and founder of In The Make, a collaboration effort by a group of artists who are inspired to visit and witness current art practices by visiting other artist’s studios and to discover the realities behind the artists’s works.