Candid Arts Trust Gallery
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Sunday, June 10, 2018
3-5 Torrens Street London EC1V 1NQ
Happenstance Art & Framing

Beverley based artist Trevor Dingle is showing his work ‘Persistence of Vision: Naked in the City of Culture’ as part of the annual Salon des Refuses exhibition organised by Happenstance Art & Framing for works submitted to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition but not selected.

The work was shot in Hull during the City of Culture year and shows naked shop dummies and the since demolished Star and Garter pub.

In one way it is a traditional black and white photographic print, hand made in the darkroom from negative film, but as it was printed from several seconds of movie film running at 18 frames per second, the print is a composite of many individual negatives and so unique due to the process of stopping and starting the projector and placing the photographic paper in front of it.

Exhibition open to the public:
7 June – 6pm-9pm*
8 June – 10am-9pm*
9 June – 10am-9pm
10 June – 10am-5pm

*Ticket only 6pm-9pm The evening of Friday the 8th of June is for the Opening Reception with complimentary drinks and late opening.