An exhibition of photographic works by JOBY HICKEY
George Bernard Shaw Bar, 14th – 23rd September.
Using pinhole cameras and a fixed lens camera he has designed and constructed, Joby Hickey produces large format monochrome images with a cinematic quality. These images appear to float between the blurred present day, the familiar recent past and the almost forgotten bygone years. He is interested in capturing an idea of having lost one’s bearings, sense and time, thereby illustrating aspects of what he consider to be a contemporary malaise.