In only the last two decades we have reached the ability to see deep space objects that were before unknown and invisible to the human eye. These images now heavily embedded in our consciousness have the ability to shape our impression of the universe. This work seeks to challenge photography's credibility and status as a tool of factual objectivity within science by playfully reconstructing popular representations of space. Looking to enlarge the metaphysical and the liminal space that lies between what is known and unknown, this work explores the ways in which science, art, religion, and photography have shaped our perspective of reality and the extent to which any of these can accurately be used to define what is 'real'.
Jodie Everett • Elizabeth Fraser • Lukasz Kubicki • Briony Watling & Lorna Foster • Sarah Oleksik • Ellie Paris • Georgia Taylor • Louise Upham • Jack Weekes •