The beauty of the ruins of a thirteenth-century Greek church is heightened by supernal light and shadow play.


Trissákia 3

Nick Collins

Playing as part of Wavelengths 4: Elysium

Beginning with the ruins of a Greek Byzantine church and ending with trance rituals in Burma, this programme sketches a trajectory of shifting perspectives and iconographic references, from the cloistered and intimate to the expansive and unrestrained. Nick Collins' Trissákia 3 documents the eponymous c. thirteenth century Greek church, its cracked though surprisingly intact frescoes, its crumbling stones and the dubious scaffolding that encases it, his camera revelling in the supernal beauty created by the light and shadow play resulting from its damaged openings.



Mon Sep 09

Jackman Hall