Consequences

blackout

Unknown Newspaper
Unknown Newspaper
The Times of Israel
The Times of Israel
Samoa
Samoa
BBC
BBC

How can you not think of a blackout image. This is a sister work to ‘Through My Own Eyes’. From about 2000 to 2014 I regularly visited our local Quakers church. While I sat there meditating I thought about my life as a photographer making images and here I was in an institution where no images were present. A simple bowl of flowers decorated the church. Islam and Protestantism share the belief in image as distraction from the purity of spiritual experience. In those early years I had a responsibility responsibility to ponder the consequences.

If Consequences was a wine I’d say it’s a very early wine.It’s just been bottled. it’s gonna take a few years for it to mature but here’s the first release. The first released takes the form of plugin for a browser you can download it at the end of the section you can use it yourself you can try it out I’m not saying it’s going to get you closer to God but it’s a way of playing around with these ideas doesn’t exist in any pictorial form. An 18 screen work which will be shown in it’s first release later this year in Sydney. this planet she talked about refusal and talk about black but I think we’ll leave that for the next version mention Russian constructivism duchamp Silence John cage hereq, finally how is this a sister work to see with my own eyes the thing with my own eyes is fundamentally about Ann interiority and ecstatic Joy something from inside something Bettina self and this is the exterior to this is the images that come from the outside in how do we do with his images

multi screen work
photo Ian hobbs