Indigo Violet Larkin : ‘Water Land Darkness’

September 2014


Indigo Violet Larkin uses a camera to suggest an idea of reality. The result is a photograph that is as different from reality as a painting or a word. She often uses low resolution settings and/or pre-digital cameras. Sometimes Larkin’s photographs are produced performatively. Sometimes she paints with light, sometimes with a brush, sometimes with both. Like all photography, Indigo Violet Larkin’s work is a mask of time.

Further works available to view on the artist’s blog, ‘Indigo Violet Larkin’, at