6pm Thu 10 August

11-12 August

Round Rabbit Studio
32 North Brunswick St

Opening Hours
Mon-Sun 12-5pm


Considered Salvage

Harry Phipps

An ongoing project where digital meets analogue. The aesthetic of old, damaged and unused 35mm and 120mm film has been given new life when combined with high resolution nature and fine art digital photography to create these alluring double exposures. Harry will also be including some of his other curious photography ideas in this exhibition.

In the mid nineties Harry Phipps began creating photographs and images. While developing and scanning film in a local photolab, he started to realise the beauty and wonder of capturing light while stopping time on a piece of coated acetate. Making photographs soon became compulsion as he furthered his curiosity in college studying black and white film processes and becoming adept in the darkroom. As time progressed and new technologies arrived he embraced and grew with the novel. Sometimes he will create images that might irk or oddify, other work will be pure and unsullied. He continues to evolve with a patient and considerate approach and allows the viewer space to engage and time to absorb, many of his photographs let the eye wander, some might arrest but usually, his message is clear. Although gravitating towards nature and fine art, he remains unbound by genre and will incorporate differing styles on his photographic journey. The camera always provides new avenues for adventure. Harry is a member of the IOVA photogroup committee based in Dublin, Ireland, and is involved in organising events and exhibitions. Recent exhibitions include: HALFTONE 2021, R.U.A. Annual exhibition 2022 R.H.A. Annual 2023

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