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Vit Hopley
Yve Lomax

Vit Hopley recently exhibited work in the Derby Festival of Photography and in After the Sublime at Cambridge Darkrooms. She is a founder member of D Cup productions and has completed a commission for Eastern Arts, 1996.

Yve Lomax
has exhibited widely and regularly. In 1995 she contributed to the first Johannesburg Biennale and toured the exhibition, Sometimes, internationally. Her writings have been published extensively most recently in Portfolio, Camera Austria, Third Text and The Postmodern Arts (Routledge). She Lectures at Central St Martins and Goldsmith's College of Art.

Between Two Folds was an image and text installation which explored the dynamic between simplicity and complexity. This dynamic is defined not in terms of fixed points but like the art of the origami is created through a series of folds. Columns of words and photographic images are brought together with a deceptive simplicity and like haiku poetry carries us to the completion of the world. Without playing one off against the other, Between Two Folds moves between writing and photography to suggest the possibility of one folding into the other. Folding is not just a pretty metaphor but expresses a new relation to be had between words and images and moreover between ourselves and the world.

Vit Hopley
Yve Lomax

Vit Hopley recently exhibited work in the Derby Festival of Photography and in After the Sublime at Cambridge Darkrooms. She is a founder member of D Cup productions and has completed a commission for Eastern Arts, 1996.

Yve Lomax
has exhibited widely and regularly. In 1995 she contributed to the first Johannesburg Biennale and toured the exhibition, Sometimes, internationally. Her writings have been published extensively most recently in Portfolio, Camera Austria, Third Text and The Postmodern Arts (Routledge). She Lectures at Central St Martins and Goldsmith's College of Art.

Between Two Folds was an image and text installation which explored the dynamic between simplicity and complexity. This dynamic is defined not in terms of fixed points but like the art of the origami is created through a series of folds. Columns of words and photographic images are brought together with a deceptive simplicity and like haiku poetry carries us to the completion of the world. Without playing one off against the other, Between Two Folds moves between writing and photography to suggest the possibility of one folding into the other. Folding is not just a pretty metaphor but expresses a new relation to be had between words and images and moreover between ourselves and the world.