Oisin Tozer, Where I Thought I Was

The Library Project


Where I Thought I Was
34 x 41 cm Framed
Edition of 1
€310 Framed 

About the Artist

Oisín Tozer is an emerging artist, practicing and studying in Dublin. His work is concerned with space, be it physical, or emotional. The work’s key concern is how our engagement with space can shape our behaviour and perception of our environment.

His photography documents the effects of weather mechanically, by exposing images under varying weather conditions. The work embraces the weaknesses of the photographic process, works often appear overexposed. These imperfect exposures of images act as a metaphor for how incomplete our experience of something can be, and how atmospheric conditions can be consequential to our experience. This is further referenced by some of the works taking the format of a diptych, highlighting the difference in exposures.

The subject matter is chosen for its emotional or environmental significance, and often gains a delicacy through the photographic process. In the context of landscape especially, this sense of delicacy realises an environmental concern and revels how fragile a space can be.

Postage and Collection

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