“Present Imperfect, Future Tense” reflects on the importance of water for all animals. We as humans are comprised of around 60% water, the planet is 3/4th water, and in the quest for a habitable planet, water is essential ”
The images recreate hypothetical scenarios of near-future realities. These fictitious narratives are based on statistical projections of the effects of climate change.
The exhibition will also celebrate the launch of a photobook co-published by Brit Es Magazine and Leica, ‘Dystopia’, which brings together Susana Sanromán’s photo series to present a visual dystopia as the viewer simultaneously looks back with ‘The Things We Leave Behind’ whilst thinking of tomorrow in ‘Present Imperfect, Future Tense’.
Susana Sanromán, born 1976 in A Coruña, Spain, Susana lives and works in London. Since completing her B.A. (Hon) in photography at the London College of Communication (University of the Arts London) her art work has been selected and shown in several Art Fairs over the years; Venice Biennale 2015, ArtCop21, NordArt 2016 & 2015, Art takes Miami 2015 & 2014, Exposure 2015 (Louvree Museum), Mar de Mares 2015, Spain Now 2015, 2014 & 2013, Futurising 2009 and Caja Madrid Generación 2008. She has also been part of several artist residences in India, UK, Italy, Greece and Spain. (Leica press-release)