Looking for Light

Light is one of eternal preoccupations of
architecture, while the word photography
derives from the Greek for drawing with
light. The exhibition at Bastian Berlin
comprised sixteen new print works shot
at Pawson’s home in Oxfordshire, each
shaped by the dialogue between two
strikingly different categories of natural
light. On the one hand the lines and
volumes of the architecture frame
the drama of unmediated sunshine,
cascading through space and across
walls and floors. At the same time
the overt theatre of this narrative finds
its counterpoint in the intimate interplay
of filtered light and shadow.

Project Team
Max Gleeson

Max Gleeson