A series of just eight photographs, all of which were taken on the short walk from my house to a rented garage, and were first exhibited in 1999. The camera points down and shows detritus of gutters and waste ground. The direct compositions and vibrant colours make this work a variant of Pop Art. The seductions of consumerism, another reference to Pop Art, appear to survive through its discarded packaging.
The photographs are uniformly printed and framed.
Size of photographs: 33.3cm x 22.2cm.
Size when framed: 38.3cm x 28.3cm.
Total number of framed photographs: 8 (all can be seen in a gallery of this website).
Smaller selections and individual photographs can be exhibited.
If you are interested in exhibiting all or part of this work, please let me know via the 'Contact' section of this website; alternatively, my email address is on the home page.
Exhibitions of The Low Life Series have taken place at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery; Waterstone's Bookshop, Leeds; De Montfort University, Leicester; East Midlands Arts H.Q., Loughborough; Phoenix Arts, Leicester; City Gallery On Tour, various venues in Leicester: Saffron Lane Resource Centre, Lansdowne Neighbourhood Centre, Foyer Showcase of The City Gallery, Home Farm Neighbourhood Centre.