Shadow Dialling

Blue Room Rylagh

Shadow Dialling is a durational process that begins with observing areas of light as they move through a space – along a wall or a floor. By tracing the line between shadow and light at timed intervals I create drawings that become quasi maps to orientate a faded shadow path, something otherwise invisible. This process of tracing the line between shadow and light echoes the early photographic desire to catch shadows, fix an image and capture the preserved moment. Shadow Dial prints are taken mid way, during or at the end of the process.

Shadow Dial Study V; Rylagh Blue Room; 2010; series of 9 photo matt prints mounted on dibond; editions of 20 ; Individual prints £75 per print/ series of 9 £500

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