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Central London Group February Meeting

The theme announced for this session was ‘home’ and most of the ten people showing work kept to it. The exception, with which we started, was an investigation of a curious new building in Geneva with triangular cut-outs that disturbed one’s sense of form and manipulated light in unexpected ways, all well caught in the […]

Central London Group January Meeting

We covered a great deal of ground in our first meeting of the New Year. The theme for the evening was “current projects” which took us from New York and Hong Kong to Brick Lane via Regents Park, South East London and Camden. There were also more metaphorical projects on happiness, waste, dislocation and the […]

Central London Group December Meeting

Our final meeting of the year had the theme of Ephemeral/Eternal – either/or or both – in some cases ephemeral and eternal proving to be two sides of the same coin. There were plenty of examples of the fleeting moment – shadows and reflections, the play of light and shade, night lights, rain on windows, […]

Central London Group November Meeting

The theme for our November meeting was “noir”. There was a good turnout of members and lots of creative ideas on display. A number of us followed the path of classic film noir with gritty urban shots, shadowy menacing figures and odd camera angles. Even the most innocent city street or quiet flat took on […]

Central London Group October Meeting

Our theme for October was negative space which proved quite tricky as most of us found that space is rarely negative, and that even apparently empty space contains interesting textures or shapes. Some of us chose to show negative space as empty space, for example through an empty bench or as darkness with a haunting […]