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by Charlotte Cotton,Martin Hall,Sandra Drew,David Chandler,Susan Derges
- ISBN: 0953534049
- Category: Photo and Art
- Author: Charlotte Cotton,Martin Hall,Sandra Drew,David Chandler,Susan Derges
- Subcategory: Photography & Video
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Stour Valley Arts Ltd (January 1, 1999)
- Pages: 65 pages
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Kingswood: Susan Derges Hardcover – 1 Jan 1999. This small but perfectly formed book is the culmination of Susan Derges's year-long residency in King's Wood, Challock, Kent organised by Stour Valley Arts in 1999/2000.
Kingswood: Susan Derges Hardcover – 1 Jan 1999. by. Susan Derges (Author). Derges uses the wood as a metaphor for the dark space of the imagination and for the 'darkroom' of the photographic process. Her beautiful photograms, in which iconic images of fungi and bluebells float against a black void-like space, and her pin-hole images of the wood itself, conjure a magical presence, part real part imagined.
Susan Derges, Martin Hall.
Texts by Christopher Bucklow, David Chandler, Charlotte Cotton, Mel Gooding, Mark Haworth-Booth and Martin Kemp.
Fine gray cloth-covered boards with title stamped in yellow of cover and spine; with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs by Susan Derges. Texts by Christopher Bucklow, David Chandler, Charlotte Cotton, Mel Gooding, Mark Haworth-Booth and Martin Kemp. 240 p. with four-color and black-and-white plates beautifully printed in Germany by Steidl. 13-1/4 x 9-1/2 inches. New in publisher's shrink wrap.
Susan Derges is a pioneering force in camera-less photography. Having trained in painting, Derges is particularly drawn to abstraction and has made a career of making room in photography for this interest. Believing that the camera always separates the subject from the viewer, Derges seeks to eliminate this mediation by exposing her photographic paper directly to nature-capturing ambient light in riverbeds, refracted faces in water droplets, and the shadows of leaves and trees in photograms.
Susan Derges (Purdy Hicks Gallery, 2006) Text by David Chandler 41 pages. Kingswood (Stour Valley Arts, 2000) Texts by Charlotte Cotton, Sandra Drew and Martin Hall Hardback 65 pages. Liquid Form 1985-99 (Michael Hue-Williams Fine Art, 1999) Text by Martin Kemp Hardback 142 pages.
Susan Derges will be speaking at the Resurgence Festival of Wellbeing on Saturday 27 October at Rudolf Steiner . In 1843 Anna Atkins began producing Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions, the first book to be printed and illustrated using photography
Susan Derges will be speaking at the Resurgence Festival of Wellbeing on Saturday 27 October at Rudolf Steiner House, 15 Park Road, London NW1 6XT. A day of inspiring speakers and entertainment exploring wellbeing from a range of angles including environmental, social, personal and politcal. In 1843 Anna Atkins began producing Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions, the first book to be printed and illustrated using photography. 175 years later her landmark project - compelling in its fusion of science and art, its modernity, and its realization by a woman in an age marked by the feats of men-remains a touchstone for viewers and makers alike.
Susan Derges (born 1955) is a British photographic artist living and working in Devon. She specialises in camera-less photographic processes, most often working with natural landscapes. She has exhibited extensively in Europe, America and Japan and her works are in several important museum collections. Derges' work is held in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London
Book design by Susan Derges and Steidl Design 240 pages . x 1. i. 25 x 35 cm Four color process . Derges Barnes Haworth-Booth steidl Chandler Cotton.
Book design by Susan Derges and Steidl Design 240 pages . 25 x 35 cm Four color process Hardcover. Publisher’s Description. Water photography - Susan Derges.
Born in 1955, Susan Derges trained as a painter before turning to. .
Born in 1955, Susan Derges trained as a painter before turning to photography and in particular, to the cameraless photography for which she is best known. Susan Derges is internationally regarded and now considered to be one of Britain's most groundbreaking photographers. Much of her recent work has been made at night, in the open air, using the natural world as her darkroom. Drawing on the work of early 19th century experimental photographers, she has created a new and unique method of image-making.
Maidstone, Kent: Photoworks, 2000.
A major contributor to this article appears to have a close connection with its subject. It may require cleanup to comply with World Heritage Encyclopedia's content policies, particularly neutral point of view. Please discuss further on the talk page. Having trained in painting, Susan Derges expressed an early interest in abstraction because "it offered the promise of being able to speak of the invisible rather than to record the visible". She turned to cameraless photography after experiencing frustration at the way "the camera always separates the subject from the viewer". Maidstone, Kent: Photoworks, 2000.