0207 865 0000

FAQ

  • Direct to Media PrintingDirect to Media Large Format Printing - Print your image directly to a material of your choice. Print directly to Perspex, aluminium, wood, glass, Dibond, Slate and more.
  • Professional Photographic PrintingProfessional photographic printing including C type prints, Giclee prints to black and white prints. Lambda prints, large format Lightjets and Duratrans.
  • Photographic Framing and MountingFull bespoke photographic framing options from classic wood frames, card, Fomaex, Perspex photo mounting to specially designed lightboxes.
  • Creative Retouch ServicesA talented team of London creative retouchers who combine expertise with creative advice for professional photographic services.
  • Photographic Film Processing & ScanningPhotographic film processing and scanning, offering a wide range of high quality photographic film lab services in London.
  • Student Photographic Printing & Processing Student services for photo printing, mounting and framing plus film lab services for end of year shows and exhibitions.

Dan Holdsworth new exhibition: Spatial Objects

13 May 2015
Metro is delighted once again to have worked with British photographer Dan Holdsworth producing and finishing C-type prints for his new exhibition Spatial Objects which opened in Southampton this week.

Shown here for the first time, ‘Spatial Objects’ is the result of Holdsworth’s ongoing enquiry into contemporary photographic processes and what he calls the ‘surface interface of the image’ within today’s digital, media-saturated visual culture.  In computer science, ‘spatial objects’ refer to values that exist within a specific place simultaneously in the real and the virtual spheres.

Spatial Objects is presented alongside some of Holdsworth’s most significant bodies of work from the past five years, Blackout (2010), and Transmission: New Remote Earth Views (2012) which marked the beginning of his explorations into the interface between analogue and digital processes, and the geological and technological world.  Through his recent use of digital mapping data, Holdsworth expands the photographic process in order to develop a new aesthetic language that explores the changing nature of human perception in relation to that of out evolving science and technologies.
Southampton City Art Gallery, Civic Centre Road, Southampton SO14 7LP

Exhibition dates: 9th May  - 31st August 2015
Opening times: Monday to Friday: 10:00am-3:00pm; Saturdays: 10am - 5pm,: Sundays: Closed

Admission to the exhibition is free

For information about the exhibition
For information about Dan Holdsworth

Images © Dan Holdsworth


Newsletter signup

Sign up to our newsletter

More

Latest from Flickr

Metro Imaging would like to use cookies to store information on your computer, to improve our website. Cookies that are essential for parts of the site to operate have already been set. You may delete and block all cookies from this site, but parts of the site will not work. To find out more about the cookies we use and how to delete them, see our privacy policy. Click here to allow non-essential cookies