A collection of photographic pinhole portraits captured at KALEID project Space in March 2010.
Guests, passers-by and the curious were invited into a mobile studio and asked to remain completely still for the duration of one minute. The inevitable movements caused by breathing, twitching, blinking create a blur and dissolution in the image revealed a photographic paradox; a manifestation of failure or a time-based record of being, as solidified intervals of life. Ultimately it is difficult for any sitter to remain fully composed.
Being There bound book of twenty four colour plates, edition of twenty four 2010
Photographic prints, edition of five 2010.
For more information and images contact Katharine Fry at the gallery: shelley(at)kaleideditions.com