Caroline Christie and Bobby Lloyd, Painted Deserts, 2007
Henry Carroll, Big Bob; The World’s Oldest Rock, 2005
Two London photographic exhibitions exploring the meaning of landscape as a genre and evolving site for the production of spatial meaning.
At the East-London‘s based Space Gallery, Caroline Christie and Bobby Lloyd allow the audience to sculpt a sandpit in the shape of east London’s Olympic site, an evolving space that is surrounded by their large scale photographic images of the Olympic area, between 3rd May and 23rd June.
At the South-London’s Wyer Gallery,Henry Carroll‘s photographic landscapes are scale models designed to simulate American Places (the title of the exhibition), between 4th May and 2nd June.