Plymouth: 21 years later
Hints of Plymouths past can be found scattered throughout the residue of this now evacuated township. Declared a zone of exclusion in 1997, the tiny Caribbean island capital was deserted after pyroclastic flows ripped through its town centre. This was a privileged exploration with the intention to seek out the emotional traces that still lingered in this once thriving urban tourist space. Situated at the foot of a collapsing volcanic dome, this eerily barren, smokey landscape reveals the fragility of the human species and mother natures spectacular ability to reclaim her environment.