Phenomenology of technology, place, and consciousness are mere starting points for Dan Holdsworth’s photographs; neither documentations nor fictions, his landscapes evoke haunting evidence, a kind of knowledge that extends beyond immediate cognition. For Holdsworth, photography, with its technical precision and inherent wonder, its malleable power of authority, is treated as a challenge to limitation’s excess. Taking up to a year to produce, edited through primarily analogue processes, Holdsworth’s photographs tease out the invisible ‘truths’ imperceptible to the naked eye. His fantastical images aren’t elaborate deceptions, but rather astounding articulations of what is actually caught on film.