This title is published alongside an exhibition looking at the crossovers apparent within the genres of photography, painting and film. In the work of each of the three participating artists the content seems to lie not in what the images depict but elsewhere - meaning seems to have moved to the margins - to the frame. In Uta Barth's images the repetition of shots of the same window taken over and over again, in slightly varying light conditions, seem to drain the subject of meaning.
Duncan Higgins's work references film in a series of 24 paintings, each one a tiny bit different from its predecessor, tracking a path from representation to abstraction. Carter Potter's 'film paintings' are made using the leaders from 70mm IMAX film - the wasted frames that count down to the feature presentation and separate the viewer from 'real' experience and the narrative of film.