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Photographs made on film

Traces of Erewhon 7

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Traces of Erewhon 6

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Traces of Erewhon 5

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Traces of Erewhon 4

An experiment with printing and scanning.

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Traces of Erewhon 3

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Ambivalent Auras – Final

I’ve finished the project that started out as Classical Contrasts and became Ambivalent Auras and brought the work together on a photo book.  An introductory essay which explains the thinking behind it starts: ‘Classical sculpture is ambivalent: both cold, hard … Continue reading

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Traces of Erewhon 2

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Traces of Erewhon – 1

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Ambivalent Auras (Classical Contrasts) – 39

Three figures added from the Museum of Classical Archaeology’s cast collection.

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Analog Deferred

Here is the ultimate in deferred gratification.  Tim Hannigan is interviewing travel writer Rory Maclean. ‘Look!’ he said, reaching across to his desk as I settled into my seat and switched on my digital recorder.  He lifted a small, hard … Continue reading

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Ambivalent Auras (Classical Contrasts) – 38

Three more figures from Classical Archaeology. Off there this morning to take what should be the last set of pictures.

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Ambivalent Auras (Classical Contrasts) – 37

I’ve now started to take photographs of the casts of subjects in the Museum of Classical Archaeology that correspond to the figures in the grounds of Anglesey Abbey.

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Ambivalent Auras (Classical Contrasts) – 36

Faun (Roman) or Satyr (Greek), a woodland creature that is part human and part goat. Part of the retinue of Dionysus and devoted to drink and sex.  The name faun is derived from Faunus, the name of an ancient deity … Continue reading

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Analog Forever

Further to the previous post, here’s something from an interview with Bellamy Hunt, founder of Japan Camera Hunter, in which he’s asked, ‘Why do you think there’s been a resurgence on film photography?’ ‘There are a few reasons, but the … Continue reading

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Footfall – A Curate’s Egg

Further comments on Footfall, from a photographer friend this time.  My responses in italics. ‘I have been struggling to come up with lucid comments on your book. I think the critique you got from your friend is a little harsh, … Continue reading

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