In the NW it Rains and it Rains and it Rains
Film between glass on ply shelves, backlit.
A photographic work which consists of 12 pieces that have been made using ‘offcuts’ of found footage relating to the North West of England and photographs I have taken, printed onto film and layered. Each image is made up of two layers of film overlaid with one-another and held in place between glass. They all have a certain feeling of the period in the region when I was growing up there. The film is 4:3 ratio and the glass is 16:9 ratio, so the past is literally framed by the present. They represent fragmentary and brittle memories that I hold and also relate to wider political and celebratory thematics in the region.Date2020 Size320cm x 12cm & 160cm x 12cm
Close up of installation
Installation at OUTPUT Gallery, Liverpool.
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