Coleman & Hodges present an evocative interactive installation of images and sound from a collective capturing of time and place.

Over winter, Moray residents installed pinhole cameras in their houses and gardens, each of which took a single long exposure image over four months. These beautiful images capture both the landscape and the sun’s journey across the sky as the Earth turns, a reminder that everything we see, however still or monumental, is in motion, both through space and through time.

The ‘solargraph’ images act as a communal capturing of time and place and the accompanying audio of participants’ thoughts and feelings during that time form a powerful collective memory.

This event is part of Source to Sea, Findhorn Bay Arts summer programme of events and activities to celebrate Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters 20/21, set in the rural and coastal towns and villages of the Moray Firth Coastline.

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Suitable for all ages and wheelchair accessible venue

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