Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
Time: April 28, 2018 to May 28, 2018
Location: West End House Gallery
Street: Water Lane
City/Town: Smarden, TN27 8QB
Website or Map: http://west-end-house-gallery…
Phone: 01233 770261
Event Type: exhibition
Organized By: Karen Papworth and Patricia Hawkes
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2018
Evans+Hulf work with the unusual combination of an 1888 ultra-large format camera, X-ray film and advanced digital technology.
The giant camera captures an enormous amount of detail, but objects and people slide in and out of focus; exposures are long; snapshots and action photography are impossible; hallucinatory clarity and detail melt into hazy softness. The equipment is heavy and cumbersome: every step has to be planned and considered, leading to an awareness of what can—and cannot—be photographed. How can you convey the feel of the wind, the sound of birds, the smell of rotting leaves? A sense of time and movement is present in all the images, and of the interaction of people with the environment.
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