Ephemeral Correspondence aims to create a conversation on nature and environmental issues through the mail. The first edition of that project was sent randomly in Cambridge in August 2019. Each addressee received a folded edition containing two texts, and two illustrations reflecting on Cambridge environment. They are invited to reflect on their everyday environment and engage in the conversation through the making of cyanotypes (light sensitive paper being provided in one of the folds). The photographs that they are making will enrich the discussion as they aim to be collected to create a new object displaying the addressees different views on Cambridge natural environment.
Editions, views of the exhibition CAST at the Ruskin Gallery // Cambridge 2019