This spring, New York-based artist Zoe Leonard transforms a gallery at Camden Arts Centre into a camera obscura. Daylight filters-in through a lens, projecting an image of the world outside onto the floor, walls and ceiling, creating a spatially immersive experience. Showing alongside this is a new series of photographs of the sun and an installation of found postcards of Niagara Falls.
Tying all Leonard's work together is her constant concern with perception and visual experience. She explores photographic seeing, how we relate to the mediated image and how we perceive the world around us. This exhibition addresses three distinct aspects of photography experience, image, object and in doing so pushes at the boundaries of photography as practice and medium, its affect on our emotional, political, or psychological experience.
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