Silly Saturday – Seen Sideways

A new exhibition opens here at the weekend, challenging how we perceive the world around us. The artist and photographer Scribaltide claims there is no up or down, on earth or anywhere in the universe, so therefore we should free ourselves from the notion that there is a right way up to hang paintings and photographs. The exhibition has been panned by critics and the Royal Photographic Society has distanced itself, saying Scribaltides’s pictures are not of a standard they would recognise, even the right way up.

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Noah’s Ark, the wilderness years.

 

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The Flood

                                                         Tide Times

New Horizons

                                                      Steep Path

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Skyfall

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Red Door

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                                                         Dark Angel

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Heatwave

                                                               Globe

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                                                   Spiralling

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The public have been flocking to the exhibition, but there have been reports of some viewers being taken ill with dizzy spells and nausea. A disclaimer advises those with a heart condition or who are pregnant to seek the advice of their doctor first.

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