Cath Campbell 'there will be time, there will be time' 36 Lime Street Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, Saturday 18th - Saturday 25th January
Cath Campbell, So that you can see there began seeing here, 2014, C type print on Matt archival photographic paper, 145.45 x 101.6 cm, 57 1/4 x 40 in, edition of 3 plus 1 artist's proof (CC0082), Courtesy of the artist and Workplace Gallery
there will be time, there will be time
36 Lime Street Gallery
Newcastle upon Tyne Saturday 18th - Saturday 25th January
Gallery opening times: Saturday 18th & Saturday 25th January, 12pm - 5pm, or by appointment
there will be time, there will be time presents four new large-scale photographic prints by Cath Campbell.
Each image captures a moment from a video of a stranger’s tour of the Empire State Building, found by the artist on YouTube. Subtitled by Google translate, the original narrative accompanying the video is transformed into something strangely compelling and poetic. Divorced from their original language and visual progression, the images become cinematic escapes into the unknown.
Using virtual means to travel the world, Cath Campbell appropriates found images, films and stories, to create scenarios of vicarious adventure and exploration, deliberately challenging notions of truth, reality and desire.
About 36 Lime Street's Gallery Programme As part of a wider audience development plan, 36 Lime Street is proud to present a series of new projects for the third year of its gallery space. A new programme of exhibitions and events has been co-ordinated to run from May 2013 through to January 2014 which will encompass painting, sculpture, installation, drawing and three-dimensional design.
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Workplace Gallery is a contemporary art gallery run by artists.
Based in Gateshead UK, Workplace Gallery represents a portfolio of emerging and established artists through the gallery programme, curatorial projects and international art fairs.