David Calverley-Morris is an artist and photographer who currently lives and works in London. His work explores the sometimes paradoxical relationship between the real and the represented, evoking the uncanny potential that emerges from the tension between actual subjects and locations and his photographic interventions. Sites and subjects are both temporarily and permanently altered in the act of recording. This play between the actual and the represented invokes a perceptual state of flux.
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 •