Gradually Unhappening

Mary McIntyre (Artist)

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This photograph is one of a series which depicts disused and abandoned spaces, locations which at first may appear empty and unremarkable, but which on closer inspection reveal myriad details that evidence traces and associations. Stained walls, dust and detritus all speak of previous occupation. This photographic image is one of a series that utilises a recurring composition that fixes our attention on the corner of the room. The tight composition divides the picture plane into 3 angular sections, that form the geometry of an end point.

'Entering that Other Scene that Grows out of the Roots of this One’ formed part of the solo exhibition, 'Places We think We Know', at Dundee Contemporary Arts in 2021.
Original languageEnglish
EditionEdition of 3
Size110 cm x 130 cm
Publication statusPublished (in print/issue) - 2021


  • Photography
  • Space & Place
  • Interior Space


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