The work on show is part of a series I have been shooting involving dense urban spaces. It was shot on 120 film using an Agfa Isolette I from 1952.

The technique used involves shooting each frame and partially winding on the frame and panning the camera. This creates a disjointed panoramic image where structural elements of the composition interact when they are transposed by double exposure.

I am interested in using photographic equipment and subverting its original use to create images that deconstruct or abstract a finished work from a mundane subject. The use of film also introduces and element of chance or luck into the process.


Bru-Tal

Burk&Hair

George-On