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Grahame Lynch is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work is entrenched in conditions of visual disability. Through images and installations, he explores and shares different ways of seeing.
In a recent body of photographic work, “Being. Neither here nor there,” shown at the Thames Art Gallery in August 2022, images that have been shot on trains, subways, buses and in airports gesture toward themes of immediacy, delay and agitation. Collectively this body of work represents gaps in time that are chaotic, fragmented and isolating, while they coalesce in frenetic compositions of shifting locations and people. The photographic processes exploit technological glitches that occur as a result of speed and motion and the work has been subjected to digital, mechanical and chemical interventions. The resulting images depart from photographic traditions that have a single frame of reference, often appearing spatially compressed and optically imprecise.
I've recently finished an artist's residency in France and have begun a new body of work. I haven't included details about it here because the work is not yet framed for exhibition, but if you're interested in what you see on my Instagram page, I'm happy to provide more information about the large cyanotype prints made with collaged negatives.