8 May 2008
One hundred modern day 'magic lanterns' grouped in a series of narrative sequences and photographic tableaux are distributed unevenly throughout the cavernous space of the former church by Southwark Park.
Two types of images are projected.
The first type is from the collection of images that Mark Ingham has been using for the past few years in his research.
These images will occupy the smaller rectangular space at the end of the church.
The second type of image will use photographs taken over recent months of the inside and outside of Dilston Grove and its locale.
These latter images will create a site specific installation that will attempt to deconstruct the physical and political dimensions of the space and will be sited in the main body of the building.
Ingham sees his camera projectors as the direct descendant of early 'magic lanterns', but instead of a wooden box and a lens he uses an SLR film camera.
Replacing the smoky lamp he has cool running Light Emitting Diode spotlights and the 'transparent water colours' are replaced by photographic transparencies.
The transparency is still inserted upside down in the device and enlarged colour images will be projected on to the walls of the Dilston Grove exhibition space in May & June 2008.
Dilston Grove, Southwark Park May 14th to June 15th, 2008
Open: Wed, Thur, Fri & Sun from 11 am to 6 pm Saturday from 12 noon to 6 pm
Private View: Sunday 11th May 2008, from 1 to 4pm.
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