Photos Taken with an Equatorial Mount and a Large-Format Camera

April 16, 2015 at 10:30 am  •  Posted in Exhibitions, News & Events by

 

© Scott Massey / Suns as Relative Planetary Scale 2 / 2015 / archival inkjet print / Image courtesy the artist.

© Scott Massey / Suns as Relative Planetary Scale 2 / 2015 / archival inkjet print / Image courtesy the artist.

From April 17 through June 21, the Burnaby Art Gallery in Burnaby, B.C., is exhibiting Scott Massey’s Unstable Ground. This series was created using an astronomical tool called an equatorial mount, which permits a fixed view of the stars, and a large-format camera positioned in front of a telescope. The opening reception is April 18 at 8 p.m. and will include a picnic and stargazing in Deer Lake Park. This exhibition is part of the Capture Photography Festival.

© Scott Massey / Suns as Relative Planetary Scale 1 / 2015 / archival inkjet print / 40.5 cm X 40.5 cm / Image courtesy the artist.

© Scott Massey / Suns as Relative Planetary Scale 1 / 2015 / archival inkjet print / 40.5 cm X 40.5 cm / Image courtesy the artist.