Golden 8

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2002

Oil, light, dye destruction print

48.5 x 59.5 cm / 19 x 23.5 "

 

Fabian Miller's output to date evokes the unique poignancy of the photographic art; an image is created directly by the light source that once fell on the paper and it is bound to that fleeting moment. With John Ruskin, the great 19th-century art critic and champion of J.M.W. Turner, we can agree: ‘It is in that golden stain of time, that we are to look for the real light, and colour.’

 

From the exhibition guide Light / The Visible Reminder of the Invisible by Martin Barnes. Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, 2002.

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