This is the Press Release:
“Far Away and Nearby” is an interactive photographic exhibition which looks at the complexities of time and memory in connection with landscape.
Every person’s memories are unique; an individual set of references. Memories help to shape our lives and make judgements on how we view our world; they help us to discover who we are and where we fit in. The images throughout the exhibition will be displayed so that the viewer can interact with them, discovering their own reading of the images, remembering and recalling. Viewers will have the opportunity to record and leave their own memories on postcards. These will then be displayed and become part of the exhibition, making the whole display a visual representation of memory.
Postcards will be placed around the town centre during the morning of Wednesday, 11th May for the public to discover. The exhibition will be open to all at the Post Modern Gallery, Theatre Square between 3.00pm and 6.00pm on Wednesday and between 11.00am and 3.00pm on Thursday, 12th May.