A photographic display exploring the use of light, form and space in the built environment
The debut collection of photographs by Graeme Hutton (RSA) covers multiple subjects, including architecture, where light and form are captured in ways that enhance the user's experience of the building in which they stand or sit.
Graeme's interest in photography was rekindled by a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis; and he now continues to take photographs from his wheelchair, creating a whole new perspective from which to view his surroundings.
A professor at the University of Dundee and an architect himself, Graeme was part of the initial project team involved in selecting the architect for V&A Dundee and has charted our progress from concept to reality. Recently, he has created a book of his work titled â€˜Multiple Exposuresâ€™, and will be donating net profits to the MS Society Scotland.
Information published by Leisure and Culture Dundee.
Promoted By: V&A
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