Crossing Boundaries

Alison Bettles, Chloe Lelliott, Alison Stolwood

1–30 October

Thurs–Fri 12:00–18:30
Sat–Sun 11:00–18:30
Bettles, Lelliott and Stolwood have all experimented with the constructed image to quietly question photography as a medium. Bettles constructs ephemeral installations in her work 'Ceremony' to explore ideas of theatricality and sculpture. In 'Returned' Lelliott overlaps different forms of photography to build a narrative linked to memory and materiality. In the series 'Nature Studies' Stolwood creates montage images of plants studying elements from our ecosystems illustrating notions of change and time.

Read the BPF interview with Crossing Boundaries artist Chloe Lelliott here.

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