Jim Cooke is particularly interested in the relationship between the perceived 'natural' and human intervention.
In 2010, Jim was awarded the National Media Museum Photography Award for a project in which he explores the marginal plants that line the river Thames, marking the flexible border that deines the space between land and water.
This project shows plants at dusk and in daylight to portray their various manifestations over the calendar year.
Cooke studied Fine Art at (the then) Sheffield City Polytechnic and has exhibited internationally since graduating in 1981.
Examples of his work can be found in the permanent collection of The Victoria and Albert Museum, Portland Museum of Art, Caixa Geral de Dpositos, Lisbon, the Fried Frank Collection and in private collections internationally.
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