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In Going Back photographer Denny Robson explores how stillness can take time itself as its subject and suggests something of the complexities of relationships with the past. As the relation of photography to time has been a topic of growing interest in recent years, the artist has chosen the funfair as a subject, an icon of childhood and fond memories.
In this publication David Bate, a Reader in Photography, muses over the psychological and aesthetic concerns of contemporary photography as a means of reflecting on the past. His essay contextualises the thematic concerns of Robson, providing an insight into her expanding practice as a photographer.
Published by text+work, The Gallery, The Arts Institute at Bournemouth 2006 (now formally the Arts University Bournemouth)