Window On The World, Nilu Azadi

23/02/2004

 

Window On The World, Nilu Azadi

23/02/2004

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Window on the World was an exhibition of an extraordinary body of work by pinhole photographer Nilu Izadi. Constructing cameras from boxes and tins of all shapes and sizes, Izadi captures the world around her in a series of beautiful and mysterious photographs. The artist describes it as an unpredictable process where one gently plays with chance and time.

This exhibition included photographs taken from around the world using a biscuit tin and colour film. We are presented with a unique and intense view of her travels through India, America and the Caribbean. Experimenting with multi-aperture cameras, film and colour processing, Izadi pushes the boundaries of pinhole photography with a body of work that is truly breathtaking.

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