Tim Bowditch, Untitled
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Tim Bowditch

Untitled, Nara Velodrome, Nara, Japan, 2011
From the Big Dream series
Website - TimBowditch.com

Tim Bowditch is a photographer and filmmaker living and working in London. His practice centers around a documentary underpinning with an interest in how people perceive and interact with space and place. These observations are further explored, exaggerated, abstracted and fictionalised through collaborations with writers, artists and sound recordists. This work has culminated over the years in the form of ambitious three-year community based projects, outdoor poolside screenings, installations, publications and exhibitions.

Posted on Wednesday, April 3, 2013.

 

 

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