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Strange Places: Urban Landscape Photography

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Photography seeks to replace the map in this elegant photoessay by 11 artists.

Image: Rachel Wilberforce, Mirage 3, 2007, Courtesy of the artist

It is not often that photography seeks to replace the map as the primary form of representation of the urban grain. However, in the case of Strange Places, eleven international artists have capably done so; mediating the changing urban landscape solely through the photographic medium in this ambitious project.

Strange Places, curated by Alexandra Stara encounters and explores issues of borderlands; thresholds and territoriality and beauty is uncovered in the most surprising of places.

This display an elegant photographic essay on urbanism and the evolving cityscape which touches on a range of issues, including our increasingly visual semantic for describing the new and the changing.

Image: Hannah Collins, Paseo Cameron La Mina V, 2004, Courtesy of the artist

Exhibition Details: 30 Sept-21 Nov 2009, Stanley Picker Gallery, Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture,  Kingston University, Knights Park  Kingston-upon-Thames, KT1 2QJ  t 0208 417 4074   picker@kingston.ac.uk  

Events: Wed 30 Sept Curator’s Talk 6pm / Exhibition Launch 6.30-8.30pm
Wed 7 Oct, Wed 21 Oct & Wed 18 Nov 12.30‐1.30pm Artists in conversation with the curator
Tues 10 Nov 6.30pm Strange Places: Photography as Alternative Urbanism debate

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