A Crystalline World (2017) & Big Salt (NaCI) (2017) Four Corners Gallery, London 17 – 28 October 2017 A Crystalline World (2017) is a series of photographic salt prints made using salt collected from a disused salt mine in the Mallee, a semi-arid region of Victoria, Australia. The images show the creases of time that have been etched into the abandoned salt stacks left … Read More
Spectral Ecologies Artists: Sam Nightingale and Polly Stanton April to 18 June 2017 Mildura Arts Centre, Australia Spectral Ecologies is an exhibition of photography, sound and video that explores the landscape of the Mallee through the idea of the “cinematic”, asking how does cinema create a particular way of seeing? The artists, Sam Nightingale and Polly Stanton, take up this … Read More
Sam Nightingale’s work ‘State Theatre, Sierra Blanca’ will be exhibited as part of Photofusion’s NCM Exposed exhibition taking place between 17 July – 28 August 2015. State Theatre, Sierra Blanca, is one of the many ghostly cinema spaces that the Nightingale has photographed while exploring the residue of cinema found in rural environments. These are spectral spaces marked by social and geographic … Read More
A selection of images from The Remains will be exhibited during UCL’s Cities After Hours colloquium on 13th May 2015. Cities After Hours brings together researchers from across UCL who are considering the city “after hours” from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. The shift from the diurnal to the nocturnal city will be the over-arching theme of the day.
LONDON’S LOST CINEMAS @ UCL Cities Methodologies 2014 Dr Chris O’Rourke & Sam Nightingale 29 – 31 October 2014 Exhibition Launch: 28 October 18.30 – 21.00 Opening Times: 29 – 31 10.00 – 20.00 UCL Cities Methodologies 2014 5th Floor, Slade Research Centre Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AM London’s Lost Cinemas brings together an interactive map showing London’s lost or forgotten … Read More