The photographic cycle - matter is absorbed at the point of capture and then re-instated as an object in space. An exploration of this notion has led to the development of constructed images, through manipulation of light and its characteristics as seen by the camera. The experimentation of the light absorption phase results in the construction of images and conversely selected detail and figures are edited out. The achievement of this requires the artist to become both active performer and editor in addition to photographer. Throughout the time line of the image a marriage between its in-put and out-put state is merged; a sculptural link that ties together its content and physicality.
Estefania Araujo Bianchi • Magali Avezou • Hannah Barton • Annette Bluhm Hovgaard • David Calverley-Morris • Siyu Chen • Alexander Davies • Christine Donnier Valentin • Tina Engström • Ekim Erkurt • Caroline Fraser • Robin Gardiner • Ilona Herner • Davide Iemmola • Jesús Madriñán • Georgina Mascolo • Jo Phipps • Martin Robinson • Rebecca Sanders • Isabel Sierra y Gómez de León • Emma Turpin • Tessa Williams •