Named after a remote burgh in the Outer Hebrides, the exhibition chronicles a journey through Scotland. Each panorama is named after the specific time frame at which it was taken and carefully sequenced into large-scale triptychs, allowing the viewer to pick up traces of a story. The 35mm negative is left apparent, working as a self-reflective tool and forcing the viewer to consider the process of photography. By turning the image around Charlotte Colbert aims for the viewer to re-acquire the moment at which the photograph was taken and make the memory their own.

Stornoway, Tristan Hoare & Wilmotte Gallery

in the Lichfield studios

Jun. – Aug. 2011