"Twenty rolls of film lay forgotten in a drawer. I had no recollection of what I'd taken. They were originally exposed between 10 and 15 years ago. I set about re-exposing them in collaboration with my former self, blending one vastly different life with my current existence, destroying the originals to make something new. It's been a unique and surprising experience. I'll re-expose the last roll in another 15 years. See you there." (Al Brydon) The images from 'Based on a False Story' series are a wonderful mix of beautiful double-exposed portraits of old friends and new, juxtaposed landscapes, and tactile images of balanced geometric shapes and forms. The images draw in the viewer and evoke a sense of recalling past places and people affected by the passage of time. - Cary Benbow
Shown as part of the whole 'Based on the false Story' series printed on postcard size paper as archival pigment prints; Inside The Outside exhibition in 2016 and at MMX Gallery in 2017. Here the image has been hand printed in the darkroom as gelatin silver print from an edition of 10.
Based on the Fase Story, Published by Another Place Press, 2016