Infinite intangible photographs are floating around the digisphere; rarely revisited, what becomes of the plethora of countless digital archives that become so fragile and transient? We can now unlimitedly create, consume and contribute photographs. They individually capture specific moments that might be important but the reality is a multitude of digital files, often stored away. Lottie Morris deals with her own photographic iPhone archive, possessing over 10,000 files, taking those from the past year and transforming the nonmaterial digital space. Making the photographs physical objects and throwing them into the world becomes an extensive pursuit. The ritual of reframing the images as an unfamiliar documentation represents an overwhelming task. The resulting installation presents a compulsion for relentlessly documenting everyday life.
Kirstie Adam • Rosanna Blatchford • Stephanie Franklin • Eizabeth Hewson • Natalie Hodson • Zoe Howard • James Love • Lottie Morris • Oliver Norcott • Katherine Nowak • Alessandro Polledri • Alexandra Roberts • Harry Rose • Jacob Sanders • Paige Smith • Elian Williams •