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Experimental ‘landscapes’

April 18, 2014 – 12:12 pm By emilygraham

Luke Evans says of his practice: “I travel the world from my kitchen table.”

These rather beautiful minimalist landscapes are in fact creations build from domestic materials.

Evans’ has also collaborated with Joshua Lake to create a more extreme interior ‘landscape’ – in which the negative is the one doing the travelling – through the digestive tracks of their body. To create the work Inside out 35mm film is swallowed inside a small capsule allowing for stomach acids and digestive fluids to process the film.

As If It Were by Victoria Jenkins

April 16, 2014 – 11:35 am By emilygraham

“Things on a very small scale behave like nothing that you have any direct experience about. They do not behave like waves, they do not behave like particles, they do not behave like clouds, or billiard balls, or weights on springs, or like anything that you have ever seen.”
The Feynman Lectures on Physics

Print available from Victoria‘s previous body of work Images from the Institute… available here.

Three boys, London Fields, 1987

April 14, 2014 – 1:06 pm By emilygraham

Weekends spent walking through parks in London always bring to mind this great image of London Fields, Hackney, shot in 1987 by photographer Chris Dorley-Brown. Chris has extensively catalogued the changing face of Hackney over the last thirty years and has recently released a iPad book, Continuum, featuring comparative pairings of images from 1980s to present day. Chris says of the image:

“The UK had had its worst hurricane in ages the night before. I was out taking some pictures of a film shoot with Phil Collins and on my way home I saw these kids skating amongst the debris, I asked them to stand by the tree and that was the shot.”

You can purchase prints from Chris’ Hackney work through our shop, here.

Lori Nix – Unnatural History

April 14, 2014 – 10:43 am By emilygraham

Lori Nix on the absurdity of Natural History museums.

Stephen Shore

April 14, 2014 – 10:32 am By emilygraham

“I never thought about whether I was an artist or not. I have questions on my mind that I pursue.”

Interview with Stephen Shore via Imagista.

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