A Testing Time Opens

A Testing Time, the exhibition by 13 London photography artists opened last night at Apricot Gallery in The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, London E1. The show runs until Sunday 11th November.

Paul Robinson

 

 

Paul Robinson photographs Orthodox Jewish scenes in London and Jerusalem and prints them onto parchment of animal origin, using photographic emulsion painted onto the parchment to render it light sensitive and then printing and developing the images. The parchment represents the material used in the creation of the written Jewish law, […]

Geoff Titley

We Like the Mirror and the Mirror Likes Us*

As the collective cyber consciousness grows we look to establish our roles in the virtual world. In the old world we press the buttons on our gadgets and bit by bit we upload ourselves to the new, steered by affirmations from the new world order.

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Bego Garcia

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Birdsongs

The Birdsongs series has its roots in my desire to explore lost memories; I’m interested in the relationship between memory, time and narrative.

‘The present divides the future and past, What could happen next and what happened last.’

Extract (sonnet: Iphgenia […]

Jane Garfield

These images are the work in progress of my new collection ‘Pre’ Family Album. They are a response to my adoption documents. Each photograph’s title has been taken from statements written about me by officials dealing with the adoption case. It is titled ‘Pre’ Family album to illustrate the passage of time when I […]

Elena Sarghiuta

 

 

 

A Space Within: Triptych

In the world I envision, everything is engaged in constant change, thus everything is fluid. The work is meant to be seen as a triptych, where the images are arranged sequentially. They inform each other and merge to form ‘imaginary’ landscapes drawn […]

Elaine Verrier

This body of work looks at how memory recall produces imperfect representations. Over time, exact memories of the past fade, become distorted, reinterpreted and displaced. My photographs are intended to demonstrate transference of meaning and the amalgamation of several true or forgotten events which our minds both store and attempt to retrieve.

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Elizabeth Bicher

‘The family album is the memory keeper; the precious object that gives validity to all of the happy holidays, birthdays, and graduations. Proof that they happened. But what about the unrecorded events? Where do those memories go? I have been looking critically at my relationship to photographs of my mother in order to address […]

Exhibiting at Photomonth 2012

Thirteen London-based photographic artists present exciting new work in this Photomonth 2012 exhibition. With members of the group coming from countries as diverse as the USA, Iran, UK, Romania and New Zealand, the show promises a wide cultural perspective.

The subjects addressed extend from the extremely intimate to the profoundly public, whilst […]