Photomechanical & Geospatial Atlas

13 FEBRUARY–20 MARCH

Photomechanical
Ciaran Begley, Jack Dunbar, Jack Harman (cur), Matthew James, Sarah Mosca & Zan Wimberley

Opening Thursday 13 February
6-8 pm

Photomechanical explores the slippage between photo and object: how light is used as a tool
for sculpting photographic material and how these processes might adumbrate some knowledge
of the medium. The artists present a narrative of ‘light writing’ that is more emanative than reflexive
of its own nature.

 

Image credit: (L) detail, Matthew James, Pewter Flash Gun Ignition, Pewter, electrical fitting, magnesium flash bulb, 2019, 2020.

 

13 FEBRUARY–20 MARCH
Geospatial Atlas
Vaughan Wozniak-O’Connor

Opening Thursday 13 February
6-8 pm

Geospatial Atlas explores the creative potential of using tracking technologies as a drawing tool. Presented as a fragmented atlas of biometric data and embodied glitches, this exhibition attempts to map the emotional qualities of places as filtered through disorienting new technologies.

 

Image credit: (R), detail, Standing Still 2018-2019. GPS error ‘routes’, recorded while motionless in studio.

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