Exhibition

 

"Light Sensitive Paper" Exhibition @ Rainbow Cafe, Bristol. Augast 2004.

A series of framed photographic experiments using light sensitive paper- exploring light and shade, silhoutte techniques and dark shadowy textures.

Tristan Burfield- Light Sensitive Paper

"Prepared Negatives" Exhibition @ Folk House, Bristol. December 2004.

A series of photographic experiments exploring the manipulation of negatives via prepared materials

Tristan  Burfield-Prepared Negatives

Cut up Series @ Basement Gallery, London. April 2006.

Inspired by the cut-up experiments of William Burroughs, I used various techniques to create original cut-up compositions. Commision for "Gallery night" [in association with Society of Wonders].

Tristan Burfield- Cut up Series

3-D Series @ Basement Gallery, London. April 2006

A series of experiments exploring the inner space of the canvas as an alternative to the defacto aesthetic of the flat print. Creating volume and presence through the manipulation of found and composed material. Commision for "Gallery night" [in association with Society of Wonders].

Tristan Burfield- 3-D Series

"Gameboy Camera" Exhibition @ Pad, Northampton. March 2007

A series of framed photographic experiments created via Gameboy Camera. Creating rich and powerful images through hacking a simple humble consumer device.

Tristan Burfield- Gameboy Camera

Tristan Burfield Exhibition @ Norwich Art Centre, Norwich. Jan 2008

Exhibition included the ‘Stereoscopy Series’, a series of images which were devised on a 35mm stereo camera and subsequently post processed in Photoshop.

Tristan  Burfield- Stereoscopy Series

Tristan Burfield- Chromadepth Series. Tea Lounge, Norwich. October 2008

A series of colourful psychadelic 3-d photographic experiments exploring the external depth of the canvas as an alternative to the defacto aesthetic of the flat print. All images were created via a combination of free and commercial software [Ultrafractal, Fractint, Visions of Chaos etc]. To be used in Conjunction with "Chromadepth" 3-d glasses which produce a stereoscopic effect based upon differences in the diffraction of color through a special prism-like holographic film fitted into glasses. Chromadepth glasses give the illusion of colors taking up different positions in space, with red being in front, and blue being in back].

Tristan  Burfield- Chromadepth Series

Tristan Burfield- Depth Perception. Colchester Slackspace, Colchester. Augast 2009

A series of colourful psychadelic 3-d photographic experiments exploring the external depth of the canvas as an alternative to the defacto aesthetic of the flat print. All images were created in the Kalieder enviroment and subsequently post-processed in Photoshop. To be used in Conjunction with "Chromadepth" 3-d glasses which produce a stereoscopic effect based upon differences in the diffraction of color through a special prism-like holographic film fitted into glasses. Chromadepth glasses give the illusion of colors taking up different positions in space, with red being in front, and blue being in back].

Tristan Burfield- Depth Perception

Tristan Burfield- Chromadepth Series. Levelbest Art Cafe, Colchester. October 2010

Tristan  Burfield- Chromadepth Series

Tristan Burfield- Depth Perception/Chromadepth Series @ Nunns Yard, Norwich. October 2012

Tristan Burfield- Depth Perception

Liza Read's Extinction World (featuring audio by Tristan Burfield) @ Mars and Beyond. February-March 2020

Liza Read's Extinction World (featuring audio by Tristan Burfield) for Mars & Beyond Exhibition @ Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London (20 February 2020 - 15 March 2020). My soundtrack contribution uses repeated tape loops of pitched field recordings which were sped up and down to produce rhythmic effects (recalling the early primitive tape experiments of experimental electronic music composer Pierre Henry). Manmade, natural and industrial sound sources converge in a timely manner with the intention of celebrating the diversity of our natural world against the backdrop of an increasingly polluted industrial soundscape.The ticking clock serves as a timely reminder that time is running out for climate change.

Tristram Cary: Music Under The Radar @ Diss Museum. April-May 2016

Tristram Cary: Music Under The Radar is a multi-media exhibition documenting Tristram Cary's pioneering electronic music and soundtrack scores for Doctor Who, Quatermass and The Pit and Ladykillers. Featuring a prototype VCS3 synth, graphic scores, photographs and memorabilia.