Soho's disused and derelict Marshall Street Baths, dinosaur skeletons in a deserted Oxford museum and illusionary glacial landscapes are among the images included in 'Twilight Science', a photography exhibition by artist and musician, Paul Schütze.
The exploration of specific locations and ambience through photography follows Schütze's parallel and interconnected work as a musician and sound artist for which he has made many site-specific sound pieces including those with the land artist, James Turrell.
The works in 'Twilight Science' include Drowned Moon, light box images of Soho's Grade II listed Marshall Street Baths. The Baths closed due to safety concerns in 1997 and are soon to be renovated but are pictured empty and derelict.
Schütze uses only natural lighting in all of his photography and 'Drowned Moon' is part os a series of interiors photographed by moonlight called 'Nocturns' in which Schutze brings the viewer into contact with the private life of public buildings.
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