Alan Silvester is a British artist working with analogue photography and long exposure techniques. He uses a combination of ambient and fabricated lighting to create ethereal renderings of the landscape. 

Silvester’s background in Urban Studies and Planning has informed his view of the British landscape. His interest in structural diversity is underpinned by a fascination with the hidden mechanisms at play. His work explores the idea of time perception, both in his image and subject. 

Silvester’s current work, Excepted Land, is focussed on large scale systems isolated in restricted landscapes; nuclear power, communication and monitoring technologies, and power infrastructure. 

He lives and works in the north of England.  

Excepted Land Volume One

Portfolio containing five 280gsm Innove Fibaprint white matte, giclee Ultrachrome HDR ink prints bound in a 350gsm GF Smith stock document folder with hand screenprinted bellyband. Archival life expectancy: up to 100 years on display - 200 years dark storage.

Published 2020 / Edition 20 / Coming Soon

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