Upper Clyde Reflection Series
The Upper Clyde Reflection Series documents the transitory and changing reflections cast upon the surface of the river Clyde by two structures; the Finnestone Crane and the Glasgow Tower. The Finnestone crane symbolises the historical industrial use of the river and the Glasgow Tower represents the post industrial use of the river. This body of work is a conceptual documentation of a river which played a significant part in encouraging the industrialisation of the world.
I systematically document the reflections upon the surface of the river cast from the two structures in a variety of light and weather conditions and produce a series of sequential digital photographs that document the movement of each structures reflection upon the surface of the river.
The series of sequential photographs that I produce range from diptychs, triptychs, up to a series of 25 images which document the movement of the reflections upon the surface of the river. Further examples of this series can be viewed online here - https://www.flickr.com/photos/angelopicozzi/