Feral Exhibition
Cameron Black

Cameron works primarily with slide projection, using his own photographs and found imagery, both still and moving. Time is a subject that connects the projects as well as exploring slides intrinsic qualities and unique position between the worlds of photography and film. the first one hundred years takes Henri Bergson’s theory of duration and damaged found slides as a starting point for an installation which uses four projectors and two dissolves machines to create movement out of still imagery.It offers the audience an experience that reflects on slide’s physical quality, and vulnerability to change over time as well as abstract arts visual connection to natural processes. The use of analogue equipment puts an emphasis on the means of production, creating a dialogue between the fluidity of the projected image and mechanical repetition of its construction.