Andrew Meredith is a London based photographer. ‘Introversion’ is an exploration of scale and ambiguity within a dark landscape devoid of landmarks and identity. A probe into spatial awareness, vagueness and keeping interpretation very much out in the open.
The project is loosely based around and influenced by the Mars landscape images that NASA released on finding evidence of historic traces of water on the red planet.
"There is something so beautiful about being alone within a landscape, introverted, quiet, and at peace with your mind, somehow, very little matters when you are surrounded by nothing in particular. The senses heightened by the utter lack of built environment and people."