The Lostness Cycles

Lucy Carolan & Richard Glynn / Wideyed

1–30 October

Thurs–Fri 12:00–18:30 Sat–Sun 11:00–18:30 Wideyed present a series of four kinetic, interactive photographic works which investigate crossovers between digital and analogue, still and moving image, navigational systems, and perception. Part riff on Ed Ruscha, part analogue response to Google Street View, the works are developments of Wideyed members Lucy Carolan and Richard Glynn’s ongoing interests in the sculptural and material possibilities of the photograph as object. Wideyed is an independent artist-led collective. Founded in 2008 by Lucy Carolan, Richard Glynn and Louise Taylor, the group is dedicated to creative collaborations that lead to the production and innovative dissemination of new works. Its photographers have taken part in international arts and photography festivals, received awards and bursaries, completed residencies, worked on commission, published artist books, and exhibited from England to South Africa.

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