is a photography series by British photographer Dan Holdsworth. He studied Photography at London College of Printing, University of The Arts London, UK.
“The mirror as a tool for the receptacle of representation has been utilised ever since the early progressions of the camera obscura and of course its traces are left within the very process of film-based photography, in regards to the imprint of light and time onto the negative and the subsequent process of chemical reversal. Within ‘Mirrors FTP’ Dan Holdsworth utilises the motif of the diagonal incision and an inversion of one half of the photographic image, creating a mirror effect where cascading boulders and winding ravines begin at either end and begin to centrally converge. Following ‘Forms ftp’ this newest series of images contain the photographs recorded in Crater Glacier in Washington (USA) but present a further scrutinising of imagery, a collision of glacial mass within a single solitary frame.”—Joshua Wilson
More about Dan Holdsworth and his works here.