Face With Tears Of Joy brings together the work of four artists – Betsy Kenyon, John Whapham, Steff Jamieson and Luke Harby – all using analogue photography in various ways.
For the exhibition Betsy will be showing work from the series ‘Less than a Second’. These ‘darkroom drawings’ challenge distinctions between 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional experiences while capturing normally imperceptible time events.
John’s practice spans many diverse interests, for this show he will be displaying enlarged reproductions of lumen prints (made in direct sunlight) depicting organic subject matter.
Steff will present work from her series ‘Pink Folds’, made using her methodology of folding and exposing light sensitive paper, this results in a series of photographic objects where each one is slightly different and in turn unique.
Luke will exhibit a small series of works which play with the nature of conjuring and sleight of hand, showing both positive and negative prints in parallel.
The show opens on Thursday 22 November with a private view from 6 – 8PM at Burns Street Studios, 7 – 9 Burns Street, Northampton, NN1 3QE. The exhibition runs until Sunday 23 December.
All other dates and times are by appointment only. For further information contact: Luke Harby, firstname.lastname@example.org, +447816 177880
Betsy Kenyon lives and works in New York: https://www.instagram.com/betsy_kenyon
John Whapham lives and works in London: https://www.instagram.com/johnwhapham/
Luke Harby lives and works in Northampton, UK: http://slackwise.org.uk
Steff Jamieson lives and works in London: http://steffjamieson.com
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