I am currently having an exhibition at The Stone Space, a lovely gallery in Leyton, London E11, as part of London Photomonth.
The exhibition opened on 6th October with a well attended private view, followed by my artist talk on 8/10. It will be open till 30th October, opening days Thursdays to Sundays (shut mon-wed).
The gallery is a non-profit space run by artists and volunteers, and it’s a small but excellent space, with a large window on the road.
I have exhibited a selection of 9 images in different sizes, plus 2 large maps. I showed a selection of images from the corpus buffer zone/serbia-croatia/serbia-romania border.
It’s the first time I combine my photographs with maps: these maps are scans of the maps that I use when I walk along borders, which I often use to write down notes. The maps become integral part of my practice and I collect them as precious reminders of the borders visited. I scanned a selection of them and printed them of Sticky-Tex, a vinyl paper that sticks to the wall but can be removed and re-used, and combined different scans to print a long 60x250cm print.
check out The Stone Space post about my exhibition here!
Very pleased with the results, and very happy to have been part of London Photomonth