WickED Circus Exhibition @ Jacksons Lane, 13 Mar – 29 Apr

Introducing WickED Circus, a collection of photographs capturing Circus Space acrobats on rooftops made last December in London’s Hackney Wick, now premiering at Jacksons Lane.
The show is on display as a preview from 13 March – 28 March and continuing to display as a part of The Roundhouse’s CircusFest 2012 from 28th March – 29 April.

The pictures were taken as a part of a demonstration shoot with Mamiya Leaf’s 80 Mega Pixel Aptus-II 12. A separate post about the actual photoshoot including a behind the scenes video will be made soon.

Prints are available for purchase:
A5 (148.5x210mm) £25 / A4 (210x297mm) £50 / A3 (297x420mm) £95 / 16″x20″ (406.4x508mm) £130 / A2 (420x594mm) £180 / A1 (594x841mm) £345 / A0 (841x1189mm) £545
All C-type prints, printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Matt paper.
Limited edition of 15, signed and numbered.

A0 (841x1189mm) signed paper black & white prints available at £20!

Payment can be made via Bank transfer to UK bank or PayPal.
Contact me for more details including full set of images for preview:

The exhibition is FREE and will be on display from 13 March to 29 April.

269a Archway Road
N6 5AA

Map / Directions on

Opening hours:
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10.00 – 22.00
Wednesday 10.00 – 22.30
Thursday 10.00 – 22.00
Friday 10.00 – 22.00
Saturday 10.00 – 23.00
Sunday 10.00 – 17.00

Pictures of the prints installed Jacksons Lane:

Camera Leaf Aptus-II 12 (80 Mega Pixel) on Mamiya 645DF with a V-Grip Air vertical handgrip.
Lights Profoto‘s AcuteB2 heads powered by Pro-B3 1200 AirS and D1 Kit powered by a BatPac.
Acrobats Jonathan Finch, Billy George, Lj Marles, Lucas Boutin, Nathan Price, Isis Clegg-Vinell, Beren D’amico, Conor Neall & Louis Gift (thanks to Tim @ Circus Space).
Assistants Nick Redman, Richard Evans-Lacey
Prints A0 black & white paper prints made by and supported at Staples

WickED Circus on
WickED Circus on
Circle at Circa Exhibition @ artsdepot, 28 Mar – 29 Apr

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