Alice Oliver - MA Photography
Made by placing a large sheet of light-sensitive paper directly into the hedgerow/wayside, and exposing them to moonlight. The wayside is rich with plants that have been historically used as contraceptives and abortifacients, such as Artemisis and Queen Anne's Lace.
Petri dish containing bacteria found in St John's Wort
The dish is then placed directly onto light-sensitive paper and exposed to moonlight
Queen Anne's Lace
Seeds are to be taken for seven days after unprotected intercourse
during the fertile period to help prevent fertilised eggs from implanting in the uterus.
Made by placing a series of 8' x 10' sheets of light-sensitive paper directly into the hedgerow/wayside, and exposing them to moonlight.