Mark Lewis's 35mm films, produced with professional casts and crews, are then transferred to DVD and projected onto white screens for the gallery space, and often accompanied by exhibitions of still photographs.
Mark Durden identifies recurring themes within Lewis's work and the artist's inspiration in painting and structural film-making. In an illuminating essay, Joanna Lowry discusses how artists have used new technologies to extend the time of still photography, whilst artists working within video have been occupied with stillness and inactivity. Stella Santacatterina also explores the concept of time in visual art in a discussion of the work of Douglas Gordon.
Gordon Sculpting Time in the Work
Thoughts of Life and Death
Baker Ghosts in the Nursery
Grant The Examination Room
Beth Yarnelle Edwards Suburban Dreams
Max Kandhola Illustration of Life
Jane Brettle Airside
Peter Bobby Reception
Roy Mehta Coastline
John Kippin Man Woman Body Spirit
Veil: Veiling, Representation
and Contemporary Art
Fuji: Images of Contemporary Japan