Peter Downsbrough

(New Jersey (USA), 1940)

Untitled, Los Ángeles, 1979

B/W photograph Silver gelatin print on fiber based paper Image: 30x40 cm Framed: 60x50 cm Ed.10

Downsbrough’s photographs investigate the traditional use of space as an object. Through displacements, discontinuities and ruptures, he enters into a dialogue with the space offering the spectator new forms of seeing and interacting thus becoming a constant element to be considered in his entire artistic practice. Thus the camera becomes a structural tool and the photograph a view of place structured in time, the capture of a fragment of the world to show his ideas.