Project Rewind explores ideas about collaborative image making and what happens when you rewind the camera film, pass it on and let go.

Current Exhibitions:

Station

May 2016

The Station, Silver Street, Bristol

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Paul Blakemore and Karen Dews have been exchanging 35mm films since 2013 and double exposing them to multiple environments. Uniquely in this sharing of work, their camera shutters are literally both open and their worlds really do collide.

Making the machine dance with the light, they invite you to travel and imagine between time. Without the use of digital manipulation, these artists fully demonstrate that analogue photography is truly still alive.

Both have a long history of experimenting within the field of photography, setting up community darkrooms in Bristol, creating slide projections for performance poets like Kate Tempest and exhibiting their images alongside one another on many occasions.

Coming soon - Rewind in print

2016 sees the launch of the first Rewind book (by Paul Blakemore and Karen Dews) , illustrating two years of collaborative work created between 2013 and 2015, a beautiful collection that invites you to cross time zones and temperatures, continents and counties, seasons and structures.

Buy the book and explore the landscapes at your lesiure, let the world unwind in your hands.

  • - over 100 pages
  • - 66 full colour prints
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Limited edition prints are available in various sizes.