METAMORPHOSIS

Innovation in Eco-Photography and Film

26 May - 28 July 2024, Gallery 4

Admission:

Free Entry. Pre-booking is not required.

Located on the Ground Floor in Gallery 4

About

This exhibition showcases four award-winning photographers and filmmakers undertaking ground-breaking work in their practices of eco-conscious photography and film. With a particular focus on their relationship with materials, process and methodologies, their works marry both the political and the poetic.

Exhibiting artists: 

Almudena Romero uses photography to explore ways of representing, seeing, and understanding. Romero’s works focus how art shapes perception, using naturally occurring photographic processes including photoperiodicity, photobleaching and photosynthesis.

Edd Carr’s material-led practice focuses on creating and utilising sustainable alternatives to photographic processes. He uses these methods create films that comment on the human relationship to ecological crisis and the mass extinction of life, and the resulting trauma we face as a species.

Hannah Fletcher works with organic matter such as soils, algae, mushrooms and roots which she transforms into photographic mediums and surfaces. She incorporates waste from her studio back into her work, contributing to a cyclical system of making.

Scott Hunter‘s practice fuses photography, sculpture, and installation. His work focuses on developing alternative approaches to the toxic methods of analogue photography by exploring the origins of raw materials and their symbiotic relationships within the construction of images.

This exhibition is supported by Pasqua Wines

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