Isabella Campbell presents a long-term body of work revolving around the river Teifi, set in the heart of West Wales.
PRIVATE VIEW: Saturday 3 August 17:00 - 20:00
(and at other times by appointment)
TEIFI is a long-term body of work concerns the phenomena of the river Teifi that Isabella lives beside in rural West Wales. The series aims to reflect the river’s filmic qualities, and her relationship with it from photographing and walking through its surroundings day to day since June 2016. The work conceptually revolves around the idea of the 'sensory plate of perception' through photography. This opens up a philosophical enquiry into the phenomenology of perception, duration and transparency, which collectively form the Teifi phenomena.
The building in which the exhibit will take place is at The Corrugated Barn near Moylgrove. It is located within 40 acres of wild meadows, woodland and garden, which you will be welcome to walk around. The view overlooks the Carningli mountain near Newport (Pembs).
You can find the exact location of The Corrugated Barn here, which is more accurate than what it says on Google maps.
For light refreshments to be organised, please RSVP your interest via getting a free general admission ticket.