James Smith: Temporal Dislocation




Smith uses photography to capture evidence of man’s contemporary and historical relationship with landscape, and the nuances of activity that are made manifest by edifices and constructions within it. From Brutalist architecture to towering stacks of hay, these dislocated forms of quasi ‘sculptures’ are evidential signs of power, class and labour.

Duration 25 January 2013 - 08 March 2013
Times Tues-Sunday 11-17.00. Thursday Evening until 19.00
Cost Free
Venue Photofusion
Address 17a Electric Lane London SW9 8LA, ,
Contact 020 7738 5774 / info@photofusion.org / www.photofusion.org

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