Paspatur, 48 x 57 cm (framed 72×82 cm)
Artist Statement: Since completing her B.A. (hon) in photography at the London College of Communication (University of the Arts London), she has been involved in a number of international exhibitions both as an artist and a curator.
For further info please visit: http://www.susanasanroman.com
Idukki dam ,2015
Photography, A3, Framed
Artist Statement: “I have always had a passion for photography as it has allowed me to almost enter a whole new universe. It has allowed me to take the madness out of my head and reinvent it into something beautiful for the eye of the beholder. Most recently I have been using my photography to document my journey through volunteer work. This piece specifically was taken while working with orphanages and I was lucky enough to be witness of some of the most beautiful sights. I wanted to capture the peacefulness and wonder India had to offer.”
For further info please visit: http://www.dionwright.com/
Guide Price: £50
23 seconds of Now (in Piccadilly)
Panochronogram print, paper mounted on aluminium.
Signed artist proof numbered “1”. Authenticated.
Framing: Preferred unframed, batten mounted at least 25mm from wall.
(A very rare opportunity to buy the work of this artist who usually makes ephemeral artworks)
Artist Statement: Graham Tunnadine has been capturing these Panochronogram* pictures for several years. From his interest in time and the present moment he records journeys where every viewpoint along the image is a new point in time, giving multiple viewpoints, multiple perspectives and multiple ‘nows’. These “Panochronograms” are phenomenological experiments in video & digital imaging where the software chooses what it sees as it tracks through space and time.
“Wherever you look, it is always ‘now’, and that ‘now’ is seen from a specific location.”
For further info please visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/graham-tunnadine-3005538/
Guide Price: £1,500
As the waves receded 7 images from the Tohoku Tsunami, (Bicycle Mr Friend), 2016
Photography, “20 x 24”
Artist Statement: In 1992, he set up his own ‘Cibachrome’ dark room in a studio in Shoreditch. Here he began to develop a unique extraverted photographic style – underpinned by his exceptional talent for transforming the everyday mundane into the unique combined with a skill for innovative image manipulation.
“I am proud to be associated with Art4Grenfell” – Ian Jackson
For further info please visit: www.ianjackojackson.com