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The Impermanence of Photography

Ryan L Moule, ‘White Noise’, unfixed silver gelatin print, 127 x 152 cm Ryan L Moule’s exhibition Deviated Light depicts the decay of buildings as a visual and conceptual analogy for the impermanence of photography. For this project Moule traveled to the peripheries of the British Isles, photographing buildings that have been abandoned due to…

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Remembrance in Keiko Sasaoka’s photographs

Keiko Sasaoka, Remembrance 3.11 The photographer Keiko Sasaoka belongs to a select group of artists who tackle the representation of landscapes effected by the massive earthquake and ensuing tsunami that hit Japan in March 2011. In many of her images, such as the one above, the effects of the disaster are depicted with subtlety and…

Trauma and Memory in the works of Kirk Palmer

Kirk Palmer, War’s End: An Island of Remembrance, 2012 (production still) War’s End: An Island of Remembrance is Kirk Palmer latest film installation which interrogates the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It is the third film of a trilogy which began with the visually arresting piece Murmur in 2006 and Hiroshima in 2007 –…