Glover's work intends to record not so much physical realities but social narratives as time based composite photographs. Traditionally the photographic image has trapped the viewer in one perspective and one moment of time - Glover's work seeks to remove these restrictions. This exhibition showcases some of the photographer's most recent work and other explorations he has undertaken within his practice, including film.
Glover's photographic depictions of selected streets throughout the UK are what the artist is most famous for and which form the body of this exhibition. Working at 45 minute intervals throughout any given day between the hours of 8.00am and 7.00pm the photographer captures the external life of streets from morning through to dusk. The final product is a cleverly manipulated visual which knits together collected imagery into one single piece. As the eye moves across Glover's images the gradual light changes experienced across the course of the day are evident, giving a cinematic experience to the work.
The artist has previously exhibited at the Independent Photographers Gallery, Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, Artworks, Vital Arts, Photofusion, National Portrait Gallery, London and the Cornerhouse, Manchester, to name but a few. The artist has also worked on a number of commissions, collaborative and community-based projects.