Noémie Goudal photography
In some images, the sky is framed by architectural structures which, on closer inspection, turn out to be fabrications. These confound the eye by evoking a monumental scene out of paper or wooden surfaces.
For her new body of work ‘Southern Light Stations’, Goudal pushes her fascination with celestial spaces in a new direction, specifically focussing on the southern star as an ancient means of navigation. Goudal also immerses herself in theoretical writing on the stars by famous scientists Copernicus, Galileo and even the philosophers of Antiquity.
Allow yourself to be captivated by these serene images of large spherical forms, hovering above the landscape to create the effect of an eclipse or a vast, rising sun at dawn.
|What||Noémie Goudal: Southern Light Stations, The Photographers' Gallery|
|Where||The Photographers' Gallery, 16-18 Ramillies Street, London, W1F 7LW | MAP|
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02 Oct 15 – 10 Jan 16, Mon – Fri: 10.00 - 18.00
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