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By Ingrid Pollard.

Ingrid Pollard began her career in photography working in community arts, contributing to Spare Rib and other feminist publications in London in the 1980s. She first came to public attention in 1987 with the series Pastoral Interlude addressing the experience of black people in the landscape of Wordsworth’s Lake District and other iconographic English sites. Using a mixture of 19th century and contemporary photographic techniques, her work combines a questioning appreciation of the beauty of England with enquiries into post-colonial identity.