AboutThe artist will premiere an installation that combines photographs with a new three dimensional work - a miniature train that can be ridden and will travel through Arnolfini's first floor galleries.
Known primarily for her photographic work, Josephine Pryde has developed a singular style of image making which responds to methods and ideas from, amongst other sources, advertising, fashion and portrait photography.
For her exhibition at Arnolfini, Josephine Pryde premiers a new series of photographs which depict hands in interaction with touch sensitive devices, such as tablet screens, a dimmable table lamp, and the human chest.
Alongside these will be a selection of earlier works which further demonstrate Pryde's continual exploration of the limits of photography as a medium, its ever-changing role within art and its capacity to capture shifts in social attitudes, ideas and time.
The miniature train, specially commissioned for Arnolfini's exhibition, will run to and fro on tracks through the spaces. The train will introduce a unique way of viewing and experiencing the artist's work.