Exhibiting artist Ron O’Donnell’s current work is very different to the photographs in his exhibition ‘Edinburgh: A Lost World’. The crossover or revolution between analogue and digital has been far-reaching in the arts and photography. O’Donnell will present a personal view of that change in his work. Through a series of analogue and digital images he will convey the changes in working methods comparing film to digital images and discussing the shortcomings and benefits of analogue and digital tools.
O’Donnell is an artist and lecturer in photography at Edinburgh Napier University. His work has been displayed in exhibitions worldwide, including the seminal show ‘The Vigorous Imagination’ at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. He is the recipient of a Leverhulme Trust Research grant for photography and his work has been collected by museums worldwide and acquired for the nation, including the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Victoria and Albert Museum, London and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow.
FREE but booking is essential. While we hope to run this event in the City Art Centre, we may have to adapt to the situation at the time and the event may need to move to digital. Book via the link or by phoning the City Art Centre on 0131 529 3993.