Imogen Bloor

From the river to the sea

I’m drawn to the geometries, abstractions, patterns and quirks of everyday urban spaces. Lockdown in London honed my habit of walking: I’d pause, drink in the clean air and quiet, and be lulled in the present. Distilling something from the chaos, artifice and clutter of London, details from the streets, or the interfaces where urban spaces, greenery and waterways meet, became a mindful way of dealing with the constraints of the time. But as horizons expanded, I yearned for the spacious vistas of the sea.

All together, we are different