Interview with photographic artist Jasmine Poole featured in the 53rd issue of ArtWrite. 

Excerpt: "'I’ve never run so fast out of somewhere before!' is Jasmine Poole’s reaction when telling me about coming across a pool of fresh blood in the subbasement of an abandoned children’s hospital. Urban exploration and discovery play key roles in the artistic practice of Sydney-based Poole, however looking at her carefully considered, reverent photographs of abandoned spaces in Antarctica, Berlin, China and Australia, you would perhaps not guess the arduous process required in documenting them. Discovering her first abandoned location around thirteen years ago whilst on a photography excursion, Jasmine’s oeuvre consistently addresses notions of space, memory and history..." (October 2013) 

THE FULL ARTICLE CAN BE READ HERE.