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, the Torah.
In the “Faces – Don’t say cheese” project he photographed subjects adopting a range of different expressions and presents them as a repeating film.  the sequences of expressions at 1 per second are taken over 16 seconds.  The work includes a variety of different subjects and visitors will be able to be ask to be included in the film.

Comments are closed.