september 6th - october 25th
Antony Cairn's LDN Project is an odd architectural record. A metallic hallucinatory fever dream of London at night. Gone are the romantically lit city streets. Instead, light, fog and chemical drips become architectural forces – imposing themselves in from all sides, overriding the buildings and industrial alleyways. The lamposts and lit signs reveal and conceal a new city of diaphanous concrete and plate glass.
The pictures originate as
35mm transparencies, part-developed and then solarised before being re-developed
for another five minutes or so. From inter-negatives contact prints are made
onto pre-coated aluminium sheets.
A preview of the LDN series was presented at the 2013 Rencontres d'Arles show.
Antony Cairns works has been exhibited at Rencontres d'Arles, Victoria and Albert Museum,
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