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An exploration into our interlaced relationship with screens today.
From 28th Sep – 9th Nov 2018
The work stemmed from my own feelings of being more and more coddled into keeping the world and other people at arms’ length. Why do I need to explore when everything is neatly and exhaustively presented to me? How can I explore?
The subject covered is the experience that each screen purports to give to its viewer who sits somewhere far from the event and far in the future. How much is lost?
An informal opening at 6.30pm, Friday 28th September in Ropes & Twines will kick off the exhibition, including a free drink on arrival. All are welcome!
Elmore is most successful when taking photos quickly and reacting to the moment, then spending more time later crafting an image with his hands under dull red light.
His work has been commissioned and published by a diverse list of publications including Rolling Stone, NME, Sunday Times Style Magazine, and the The Psychologist.
He is one third of the photographic collective Bromide, the main output of which is a forthcoming print magazine.