This article is published as part of our #CultureIsNotCancelled campaign:
As part of our #CultureIsNotCancelled campaign – which seeks to champion creativity in this age of social distancing – we have been running a new series titled The Self-Isolation Photographic Diaries, where a selection of photographers to send us an image each week, resulting a unique documentation of life in lockdown.
“Happier times are coming?”
“It’s time for new leaders.”
“Blooms in darkness.”
“Self-less portrait as a shadow on red T-shirt, Newcastle 2020.”
“A friend gave me some maraschino cocktail cherries earlier this week. Red cocktail cherries are one of those evocative symbols you see repeated in all kinds of places, a means of introducing mythology to everyday life in some small way. I think that in this time, smaller details have become more heightened, more sacred even.”