Archive for the ‘Installation’ Category

Anne Hardy

10Apr10

Text from http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/artists/anne_hardy.htm Strange, fantastical, and a wee bit unsettling, Anne Hardy’s photographs invite glimpses into imaginary places, each suggesting fictions of a very surreal nature. Working in her studio, Hardy builds each of her sets entirely from scratch; a labour intensive process of constructing a barren room, then developing its elaborate interior down to […]



Empty rooms are filled with “projections” replaying psychological and emotional events. http://lorienovak.com/


June Clark

21Feb10

Amazing work using and manipulating found photographs. “June was born and brought up in Harlem, New York City. She emigrated to Canada in 1968, became a Canadian citizen and currently lives and works in Toronto.” Date made: 1989 Materials: photo etching (with text) Text reads: Grandma said, “when you pick your husband, think of what […]


Julian Walker

26Jan10

From his website: http://walkerjulian.tripod.com/id34.html Most of my work is site-specific; where it is not, it is strongly referencing an idea or set of ideas. In this sense it is reactive, exploring how I can understand specific bits of the world, or exploring how other people have done so. Hence my interest in museums, collections and […]


One of my favourite works. It tells us more about photography than seeing ‘the photograph’ ever could. Buy the book here: http://www.cornerhouse.org/books/info.aspx?ID=745&page=0 I have scanned the images myself so hopefully this won’t have any copyright issues – but I want more people to be able to see this work!


Labyrinth (My Mother’s Album) is a large-scale installation consisting of a series of narrow corridors leading in a maze-like double spiral. The viewer enters the installation through a door and is lead through progressively shorter corridors at right angles until he or she enters a small space in the centre of the labyrinth. This room, […]