At the end of the project ‘Someone I Know’ Stuart Pilkington asked if any photographers would be interested in his next project.
Over 100 photographers replied and each of them in turn was invited to take part in ‘Book Film Painting‘.
The photographers are from Australia, Austria, Canada, Costa Rica, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lebanon, Loa PDR, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, UK and USA.
On 1st May 2013 the photographers were asked to submit a photograph inspired by either a book, a film or a painting by 31st July.
On 2nd August 2013 all the images were uploaded onto the website.
Please take time to look through the site. Each photographer has a link to their website, e-mail and Twitter account where appropriate. You are encouraged to leave feedback if you enjoy their work. Continue Reading →
Opening: Fri 19th October, 8:00pm
Camden Palace Hotel, Camden Quay, Cork, Ireland
Running: Sat 20th October – Fri 30th November 2012
Gallery hours: Monday – Friday 11am – 5pm / Saturday & Sunday hours TBD
Humans can be more connected today than ever before; information of all sorts can be delivered in the time it takes to email, text, tweet etc… Likewise, the improved convenience of travel makes it possible to live in different places and experience the world more readily. Yet, overshadowing this ginormous, instantaneous ‘social network’ of accessibility is an unspeakable sense of existential disconnection. Continue Reading →
‘Steer Against Motions‘
Long before telescopes we witnessed the movement of celestial bodies, which Ovid and others recorded in ancient mythologies. Figuratively and literally, the meteors that fell to Earth gave us a better understanding of our place in the universe. For centuries now we have used lens based technology to view outwards, into the cosmos, so it is with irony that we now use that same technology to look down on ourselves from where we once imagined gods to do so. Continue Reading →
Opening: Wednesday 23rd May 7pm
Exhibition: 24th May – June 2nd 2012
TACTIC, Cork, Ireland
Flotsam and Jetsam, curated by Kirstie North, focuses on the found object, scrap and ephemera and the use of everyday objects and materials.
Featuring work by
Paul Chisholm // Simon English // Swaantje Güntzel // James L Hayes // Barry W. Hughes // Joanna Hopkins // Fiona Reily // Anne Marie Taggart // Sam Walkerdine Continue Reading →
Issue #9 of SuperMassiveBlackHole is out now!
Under the theme “Alternative Vision” SMBH Editor Barry W Hughes put together a highly interesting issue, as we think.
The contributors are
Aline Smithson / Andrey Bogush / Bríd O’Donovan / David Thomas Smith / Ellen Jantzen / Erin O’Keefe / James Parkin / Jamie House / Julia Schiller / Katrin Korfmann / Mocksim / Olivia Bowman / Peter Cibak / Tom Flynn Continue Reading →
Failed Photographs (2011) is a collection of photographs taken from my family albums. In each case the photographs display an obvious visual failure to that which was originally intended. Photographs like these have existed in many family archives for decades, but until recently the use of digital cameras – and on the spot editing – has resulted in the decline of such mistakes. Continue Reading →