David Penny is an artist based in the UK working with photography.
Ongoing body of work exploring pictures of objects and the photograph as an inventive device. Continue reading →
An exhibition of photographs, film and found objects as part of the Ship & the Nose project. Continue reading →
Documentation of work shown in a group show in Shanghai, including works from the series Dutch Painting and the projection pieces, Shadow and Portal Continue reading →
Each work consists of a B&W photograph of a temporary sculpture made from a reproduction of a painting. Each is presented in a box frame under coloured acrylic glass. Continue reading →
These projection pieces focus on the now largely obsolete machines as a sculptural element of each piece, rather than functioning as (invisible) devices for projecting images. Continue reading →
Plain Carbon Steel is a book project that draws together a collection of different photographic series that have been built up simultaneously. Continue reading →
Outside of the Walls functions as a generative title for a body of photographic work that is has been made exclusively in the the home. Continue reading →
Petard is a French word for a small bomb used to blow a whole in a wall or knock down a door (perhaps to break entry into a home). Continue reading →
this/that is a collection of photographic works made through observation of the current design of items of contemporary electronic devices and the promise of technology Continue reading →
This is an ongoing collection of small groups or individual still life pictures. Continue reading →
Devices for Progress is a single work depicting a machine specially developed for the process of looking beyond the surface of the photograph Continue reading →
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