The Crown Letter — Janvier

Exhibition

Drawing, film, installation, photography...

The Crown Letter — Janvier

Ends in 17 days: January 12 → February 10, 2021

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Luise Schröder

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Schröder Luise, Sans titre, 0 Photography Collages Luise Schröder & The Crown Letter

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Catherine Radosa

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Catherine Radosa, Image sans intention, 2020 Photography, watercolor, composition Catherine Radosa & The Crown Letter

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Michelle Deignan

Now that we have made our wishes from Michelle Deignan on Vimeo.

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Natacha Nisic
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Natacha Nisic, Filmer est une cartomancie du réel — To film is to tell reality’s fortune, Texas, 2020 Photography Natacha Nisic & The Crown Letter

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Ruth Maclennan

Horizon (Second Lap) from Ruth Maclennan on Vimeo.

“Horizon — the space between us”

The temperature has dropped. It is close to freezing and a fog hung outside my window this morning. It was a watery indecisive mist, not a heavy blanket, not the kind that muffles the street sounds. I turned on the flashing lights on my bike to make sure I didn’t disappear. Wearing a cloth face mask trapped my warm breath, a moist cocoon.

My filmed horizons this week are all watery. Watery horizons often seem full of promise, longing, and sometimes danger. Some of these horizons are arctic, but not wintry. There is no ice, though a dusting of snow on Sakhalin. The water is mostly in motion — water churned by waves, wind, tides, river currents, motors and other boats. There is a glimpse of Crimea — a southern dream from Russia’s north. And the polar summer night shimmers into day on the White Sea coast.

A friend told me that a pan from left to right is meant to suggest that something is going to happen.

I dream of stringing together horizons across the globe, like bunting made by many people, each view waving the next one in. I can lose myself quite happily looking outward, and forget the inward gaze for a time.

Please keep sending me your horizons (see week 29, November 11-18, for details).

Ruth Maclennan

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Manuela Morgaine

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Manuela Morgaine, WAIT AND SEE, 2020 Photography Manuela Morgaine & The Crown Letter

stay, remain, rest, linger, loiter, dally, stop, stay put, stick around, kick about, kick around,bide, tarry, stand by, hold back, be patient, bide one’s time, hang fire, mark time, kill time, waste time, cool one’s heels, kick one’s heels, twiddle one’s thumbs, pause, stop, cease, halt, discontinue, rest,hold on, hang around, hang about, sit tight, hold one’s horses, sweat it out, await, look out, watch out, anticipate, expect, be ready, be in readiness, long for, hope for, count the days until, be postponed, be delayed, be put off, be held back, be deferred be put on the back burner, be put on ice, delay, postpone, put off, hold off, hold back, defer, delay, hold-up, period of waiting, interval, interlude, intermission, pause, break, stay, cessation, suspension, detention, check, stoppage, halt, interruption, lull, respite, recess, postponement, discontinuation, moratorium, hiatus, gap, lapse, rest, entr’acte, stay awake, stay up, keep vigil.

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Katja Stuke

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Katja Stuke, From The Headquarter 2017/2021 (part of Japanese Lesson a collaborative project with Oliver Sieber), 2020 Photography Katja Stuke & The Crown Letter

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Aurelia Mihai

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Aurelia Mihai, … And Then I Saw The Scene, 2020 Photography Aurelia Mihai & The Crown Letter

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Liza Dimbleby

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Liza Dimbleby, View from my window, January 2021, 2021 Photography Liza Dimbleby & The Crown Letter

Letter from Glasgow: CLOSE UP

I lean my camera up against the window to see if I can get a picture of this strip of hills, in the light that will last just an instant. I zoom the lens in as far as I can. I draw the hills up close to me. The walls of snow are now like private ramparts, holding us in. When it is dark I picture them, enclosing and immediate, as the photograph made them seem. A rearrangement of space, a reassurance.

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Kyoko Kasuya

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Kyoko Kasuya, The beginning, 2021 Photography Kyoko Kasuya & The Crown Letter

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Ana Mendes

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Ana Mendes, Kinky, 2018 Steel rods, dimension variable Ana Mendes & The Crown Letter

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