Luke Fowler, Two-Frame Films (2006-2012)


Luke Fowler, Two-Frame Films (2006-2012)


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Luke Fowler, Two-Frame Films (2006-2012)

Filled with warmly hued, softly focused images, Two-Frame Films by Glaswegian filmmaker and Turner Prize nominee Luke Fowler (b. 1978) captures the minutiae of everyday life. Fowler uses a half-camera which captures two images within one standard 35mm frame. Shot through windows of trains and planes and at parks, gigs and cafes, his filmic montage of photographic pairings explores the possibility of representing reality authentically through the still image.

Bursting with rich colours and velvety hues. Fowlers photography celebrates the fragility of the moment Frieze

Addressing the fine line between photography and filmGUP Magazine

Texts by Harvie Ferguson and Toshiya Tsunoda
160 pages
106 colour plates
Triple embossed clothbound hardcover

Publication date: October 2014

ISBN 9781907946271

Biography: Luke Fowler (b. 1978, Glasgow) is an artist, filmmaker and musician who creates cinematic collages which reference the British Free Cinema movement of the 1950s, and explore the conventions of documentary films. In 2012 he was shortlisted for the Turner Prize for a film exploring the life and work of Scottish psychiatrist R. D. Laing. Fowler was awarded the inaugural Derek Jarman Award in 2008 and has exhibited widely, including at the ICA London (2012) and Whitechapel Gallery, London with Mark Fell (2015).

23.5 cm x 25.5 cm

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