Glasgow and Edinburgh
Built Environment from Gulf War to Harry Potter, 2003 - 2007
by Constantine Gras
A gritty, silver nitrate photographic study, of how Scotland builds its great cities. It reveals how the shaping of urban space in Glasgow and Edinburgh relates to human needs: home ownership, health, security and identity. The period covered is from the outbreak of the Second Gulf War to the publication of the last Harry Potter book.
02/10/12 - 02/12/12 Online exhibition as part of Photomonth, 2012, East London's International Photography Festival.
Multi-media artist who uses photography, film and painting to explore cultural and environmental issues.