Edinburgh LoFi’s new exhibition Plastic Colour takes over in the Art and Design Library for July. The exhibition sees the group return to the techniques and technology which inspired their inception. Taking the most basic photographic equipment – a lightproof box and some colour sensitive film – the members have applied imagination and experience to produce a range of exciting new works which push the medium, molding and modelling light.
The Edinburgh LoFi group was started seven years ago at the Beyond Words photography bookshop to promote and explore film photography at its most amazing. The group is now run collectively.
The group meets once a month to share their – traditional, alternative and film – photography experiences, run events, hold workshops and plan exhibitions. The exhibition at the Art and Design Library contains work by: Olive Dean, Brittonie Fletcher, Mary Gordon, Alison Millar, Elaine Robson, Judith Rowan, John Sumpter, Graeme Pow, and Leigh Young.
The exhibition runs from 4 – 29 July 2016.