Last night was the private view of the Transitions exhibition in the Triangle room at the Chelsea College of Arts.
This was a bit of a whirl wind as I was only asked to exhibit last friday after the currator saw one of my photogrpahs in the magazine “Less Common More Sense”. This meant getting the photogprahs printed on Monday morning then hanging them on Tuesday before the exhibtion opened at 5.30 pm.
Currated by Willliam Phong-Ly the Transitions exhibtion showcased the work of 18 artists from a range of disciplines to exhibite work inspired by the notion od travel and the affect it has on artist’s practices.
The series of photogrpahs “Sacred double exposed” are double exsposures on relgion in India using the Mamiya RB67, shot on Kodak Portra NC. The images below are those in the exhibition.
Sacred double exspoed- The Golden Temple, Amritsar, India.
Sacred double exspoed-Taj-ul-Massajid Mosque, Bophal, India
Sacred double exspoed- Tsuglagkhang Complex, McLeod Ganj, India