FLOW Photofest WALL at Eden Court:

Jan. 3 – Feb. 4 2018
Postcards from an imagining
John Ferguson

After a recent assessment identified his Dyslexia, John Ferguson has created a series of abstract digital images that explore hidden abilities and perceived disabilities. He is beginning to reconstruct and reimagine past experiences in his work and hopes the images encourage self-reflection and provoke questions.

FLOW Photofest on tour:

Nov. 28 2017 – Feb. 3 2018
Faces of the North, Last Days of the Arctic
Ragnar Axelsson

Moray Art Centre, Forres


Feb. 4 – Mar. 4 2018
Fòcas India: Document

Fòcas India launched in 2017 to celebrate emerging photography from Scotland and India as part of the UK India Year of Culture 2017. Featured will be work across genres including documentary, portraiture and landscape. Document reveals the stories that define us as individuals and the ties that bind us as nations.

Mar. 4 – Apr. 1 2018
Tristan Aitchison

Using toy and vintage cameras, expired and rare films, and alternative processes, Black Isle filmmaker, Tristan Aitchison reinterprets the Highland landscape and presents ‘Mynd’.  It is a personal and introspective photographic series about his relationship with his Highland home.

Apr. 1 –  May 29 2018
The Grey City
Blazej Marczak

A personal and subjective impression of Aberdeen. Often described as the Granite City, though others say it is silver. Blazej feels a most accurate label is the ‘Grey City’. A ubiquitous landscape has been created by the silver granite and a matching sky: this evokes an atmosphere of gloom. Blazej fails to see the glamour as described by others; he is instead attracted to the things that are seemingly commonplace, things which many may see as unimportant and mundane. The silver remains but is becoming stained, a patina encroaching.