Paul Graham


Paul Graham’s book Films is a homage to the medium of film.What appear at first to be series of abstract fields of colour forms, are in fact extreme close ups of photographic images, magnified to a point where they reveal the grain and structure of the film itself. The publication is the direct result of Graham examining his past 30 years of work.

Again I was drawn to the psychedelic use of colour and the way in which it is blurred. The blurring of the images almost blur your line of sight and once again gives this impression of being in a druggy haze. The spectrum of colours exhibited is something I would want to translate into my own work.

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