‘…The world picture does not change from an earlier medieval one into a modern one, but rather the fact that the world becomes picture at all distinguishes the essence of modern age.’ (Heidegger, ‘The Age of the World Picture’)

This show considers the way in which photography intersects with architecture to frame the subject in the world. As well as looking beyond the building, examining the boundaries of the pictorialist genres of landscape through which we generally ‘picture’ our world.

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