Time Mechanics by Ian Minich Monday 15 September – Wednesday 22 October
Ian Minich’s portrait plates explore human history; its interdependence on the technology of the day, which is essential to everyday life, and also the human fascination with current technology. Devices, objects, clothing and even photographic processes become so rapidly outdated, that we must question the integrity of our contribution to future. With this series of images, the intention is to focus not on technology itself, but more-so on how it relates to the nature of being human, particularly female, in this day and age. By examining links between our past, present and future, as seen with these subjects; combined with a photographic process from the past, these images, like human existence itself, are time less.
Scotland’s Sky at Night by Brian Knight Monday 27 October – Wednesday 3 December
Dunfermline based photographer Brian Knight’s series of night time images show the wonder of the night sky in all its glory. These images are taken from all over Scotland in rural and urban settings. The work highlights the stupendous sights above that are often obliterated by the light pollution of our growing urbanisation. Brian wants to show everyone, through his photography, these amazing and often magical scenes.
Ability by Rebecca Lee Monday 8 December – Wednesday 21 January 2015
Scottish sports photographer, Rebecca Lee, brings her stunning exhibition of award winning photographs from over twenty different sports to FotoSpace gallery. Rebecca was one of the official photographers for the Paralympic Games and Team GB in London 2012, as well as covering the Scotland team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow 2014.