Inspired by trends in contemporary photography, Anise Gallery is marking its fifth birthday with an exhibition of photography and film based on themes found in the Sacred Geometries.
Through the curation of an exhibition of photography by Dennis Gilbert, Helene Binet, Fernando Guerra, Doublespace, John MacLean, Hufton and Crow and Jim Stephenson, Anise Gallery hopes to inspire and instigate a conversation surrounding themes found in the Sacred Geometries.
Alongside the photographs that look to the more contemporary interpretation, Paul Raftery and Dan Lowe will be screening for the first time their time-lapse video of Wren's St Stephen's Church; steeped in religious iconography the film encompasses the three aspects of Sacred Geometries seamlessly - mathematics, nature and spirituality.
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