Using hi-res digital cameras fitted with both normal glass lenses and a cheap, toy plastic lens, Francis Sullivan continues to explore the objects and scenes that make up our modern landscape, visuals that tend to go unnoticed, slipping by as we go about our day to day activities, intent on whatever mission we’re on. These are visuals on the periphery, caught just out the corner of the eye, a slight distraction that attracts, pulled in to observe and record and be on his way once again. Through these images we are reminded that we are very much a key player in defining and shaping the look and feel of this, our modern landscape.
Showing at the Gage Gallery, Victoria from April 12-30
here’s a link to the Art Openings web site with a write up by Kate Cino and more samples from the show..