Light sets the boundaries for the faculty of sight. It is the agency our vision relies on to see the world. Light is also perceived with an awareness of its antonym, darkness. Light travels through the vacuum of outer space obscure to the eye, only when light pierces the atmosphere and reacts with airborne dust can we see a blue sky. The invention of photography is a pigment for the medium of light. The depiction of light extends from a deep black to an over-exposed white. These polar opposites represent the area where an image can be seen. In Light-Dark the limitations fixed upon this technology are exploited to overcome the medium's implied boundaries.
Bettina Adela • Ruth Bridget Brennan • James Brown • Ben Burfitt • Kyra Campbell • Jack Carvosso • Kerimcan Goren • Jack Hirons • Sophie Iona • Vladislav Kolev • Riikka Lahti • Julie Lauritzen • Owen Lewis • Steffen Michels • Arran Milne • Konstantin Mitrokhov • Trâm Phương Nguyễn • Kavan Olbison • Fenris Oswin • Lewis Rhodes • Lewis Simpson • Simon Westgate • Pagan Wicks •