A negative, be it a relief, a photograph or a mold has an identity, through her work with camera-less photography and sculptural craft processes Sera Wyn Walker explores the shape, size, texture and character of that identity.

Interested in direct visual representations of a light driven process Sera Wyn Walker’s practice uses early camera-less photography techniques as a means of regaining something lost through technological advancements in photography.  ‘Through camera-less photography techniques, I bring back that direct connection with the environment. There is a trace of the object in the image, one that is both of and from the landscape’.

Please join us for the opening of this exhibition on 21 July at 6:30pm - completely free and all are welcome!



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